ARM™ 402 Exam: Most Important Topics
The ARM™ 402 is a difficult exam. In this blog, we are breaking down the most important topics of the ARM™ 402 exam (so you know what to study).
We will detail exactly what you should focus on when studying to pass this exam. The information in this blog post comes directly from our ARM™ 402 Online Course.
ARM™ 402 Exam Topics
The ARM™ 402 exam is all about risk. This exam covers the following topics:
- Treating Risk
- Risk Financing Alternatives
- Intellectual Property Risks
- Vehicle Risks
- Legal Risks
- Operational Risks
- Financial Risks
- Strategic Risks
ARM™ 402 Most Important Topics
In our opinion, there are three critically important topics that you need to know to pass the ARM™ 402 exam:
- Managing risk – the most important part of the exam will be understanding how to manage each individual type of risk covered in chapters 4 through chapters 9 in the 402 course (intellectual property risks, vehicle risks, legal risks, operational risks, financial risks, and strategic risks). In each chapter, there will be a section regarding the risk control and risk financing measures that a risk manager can take to reduce risk. For example, in the intellectual property risk chapter, you should know the risk control measures that can be used to reduce copyright, patent, and trademark-related risk. In the vehicle risk chapter, you should know the risk management techniques that can be used to reduce automobile “fleet risk”. For chapters 4 through chapter 9, know what risk control and risk financing techniques can be used to reduce risk.
- Insurance – understand the risk financing goals, the characteristics of an insurable loss exposure, and how to calculate claim payouts under each type of insurance plan (large deductible, umbrella, self-insurance, etc…)
- Treating risks – know the risk treatment plan and how to treat risk (exploit, risk control, and risk financing).
We have found that these are important topics that may be on your exam in the form of a scenario-based question.
You can see an example of how these are worked into a scenario-based question in our ARM™ 402 Practice Exam Questions Blog.
Free Practice Exam
Ready to get started studying? We’re here to help (for free). Download our free ARM™ 402 practice exams to get a feel for the type of questions you will see on the exam.
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- ARM™ 402 Online Course
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- ARM™ 402 exam questions
- ARM™ 402 important topics
- ARM™ 402 exam format
- ARM™ 402 flashcards
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- ARM™ 402 Q&A
- ARM™ Designation Overview
- ARM™ Exam Pass Rates
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