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I am using CA for MAS1 and I am trying to think of the best way to study for it.

I plan to do quizzes after each subsection (about 10 question quizzes) until I got 7/10 correct.

I was wondering what is the best difficulty to set each quiz.

This is my first attempt, so I want to try to get everything down. Thanks for the help yall! (I have passed Exam 5 but jumping back to the MASs)
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Computational at level 5 should do the trick. Level 6 can also help but those questions take longer to solve, they’re not conceptually harder.

Qualitative questions up till level 7.
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Not an answer to your question but: With so much material, it’s easy to forget the early stuff by the time you’re through. If I did it again, I’d make it a priority to once a week take a quiz that covers all the chapters before the one I was working on.
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What I do, is set me quizzes at a 3-4 for my first pass through of the subsections on CA, then I start doing practice exams, and I go back to doing quizzes on the subsections I’m getting wrong on the exam.
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Similar to P & FM, binging lots of practice problems will get you most of the way there. Do this at a variety of difficulty levels since the difficulty of each question on the actual exam varies.
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