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Title, pretty much. Couldn't seem to find an exact answer so thought I'd ask
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No, but: 1) it’s good to have Source available for any sections that you struggle with. You may find that a different presentation of the same material clicks better. 2) be aware that the page counts in Mahler do not match exam weight very well. Make sure you spend enough time with the highly weighted topics and don’t waste too much time learning stuff you can basically take from the formula sheet. 3) ISLR is very well-written, relatively short, and the pdf is free, so there’s very little drawbacks to read at least that one
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Personally, I used Mahler, didn’t look at any source material and passed last sitting
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I used ASM and did not look at the source material. I used Mahler practice exam (I think the Mahler practice exams was the **key part** of me passing last sitting). All the best!
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I took MAS-1 a few years ago and thought Mahler was phenomenal.

From my understanding the exam has definitely changed since then, but there used to be some qualitative multiple choice questions that were almost word-for-word references to the source material, so do with that what you will.
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Yes
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I personally enjoyed all of his symphonies.

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