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Postby ashfaqdhanakwala » Sat Jun 23, 2012 1:41 am


Can you please conclusively let me know that for PRM preparation there is no such sequence required. I'm going for PRM IV first but a lot of people suggested that its NOT the right way to go!
They pointed out that one should go sequentially - PRM I to IV. There are more risks in changing the sequence than benefits.

Please help.



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Postby pawan » Sun Jun 24, 2012 11:08 am

Hi, The PRM exams are designed in such a way that you learn the basics in the first three exams and then do real life case studies in the fourth one. If you are comfortable with the concepts then you can directly write the fourth exam. In fact, this flexibility is one of the key benefits of PRM exam.

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