Actuarial Practice and Control (III) (APC3) Notes

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  • UniversityUniversity of Melbourne
  • AreaBusiness and commerce
  • CourseActuarial Practice and Control III (APC 3)
  • Course CodeACTL40009/ACTL90009
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  • Authormelbournenotespreparer
  • Created2015
  • Pages131
  • Approved18 June 2016

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About these notes

As a student who studied Part II APC 3 at Melbourne University, I found the support material to be limited with lecture notes brief and supporting textbook irrelevant. Exam preparation was therefore hard, just relying on what was supplied in the course.

I developed this set of comprehensive 131 pages of APC 3 notes with the intention of achieving two goals. Firstly, they are targeted to understand the course material by providing detailed explanations of concepts not found in the supplied lecture notes but only through supplementation with the lecture presentation and other reference texts I spent hours searching and summarising in the library. Secondly, the notes are written so that the student can memorise the concise statements and readily adapt it to answer exam questions. My overall intention was to understand the material well enough to get exemption.

Key features of the notes include:
1. Lecture by lecture summary notes to provide the student with a comprehensive coverage of the course material.
2. A concise list of key learning points from each lecture so the student knows the take away points of the topic.
3. An innovative list of questions by lecture topic I developed to ensure I fully understood and absorb the main points of each lecture, making it easy for exam revision and targeting the right sort of exam questions.

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