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(For some background, I'm an actuary and I am beginning my fellowship study with the Society of Actuaries taking their quantitative finance and investments track. The contents of the track are not nearly as technical/mathematical as would be required for a quant. But, some of the exams assume previous knowledge of basic stochastic processes and basic applied stochastic calculus - strongly emphasizing their applications in financial modeling. The questions deal with the topic at a beginner-to-intermediate level with a few practical calculation type problems. I have a bachelor's in mathematics with a solid understanding of basic probability theory, but I've never studied stochastic processes or stochastic calculus so I need a speedy-ish way to learn the topics enough to answer basic questions).