Themellion offers tutoring and course preparation for the candidates sitting for the FRM exam.
The FRM Exam consists of two parts—Part I and Part II—that are both offered twice a year on the third Saturday of May and November. Part I is an equally-weighted 100 question multiple-choice exam offered in the morning of the Exam day and Part II is an equally-weighted 80 question multiple-choice exam offered in the afternoon of the Exam day. Both Part I and Part II each have a maximum allowable time of four hours for completion.
It is important to note that Part I and Part II of the FRM Exam must be passed sequentially. Therefore, while it is possible to sit for both parts of the examination on the same day, a candidate must receive a passing score on Part I before GARP will mark his or her Part II examination.
FRM - Part I
Part I of the FRM Exam covers the fundamental tools and techniques used in risk management and the theories that underlie their use. It consists of four modules, specifically: (a) Foundations of Risk Management, (b) Quantitative Analysis, (c) Financial Markets and Products, and (d) Valuation and Risk Models.
FRM - Part II
Part II of the FRM Exam further applies the tools and techniques covered in Part I and delves more deeply into major sub-areas of risk management. It consists of five modules: (a) Market Risk Management, (b) Credit Risk Management, (c) Operational and Integrated Risk Management, (d) Risk Management and Investment Risk Management, and (e) Current Issues in Financial Markets.