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Where do I go next in the ASA path
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Where do I go next in the ASA path
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I think you have 2 years to complete the modules once you start, so I’d say starting them now would be a good idea! But also if you’re planning on taking 2 exams in the same exam period, you might wanna just focus on those sooner rather than later.
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i am in the exact same boat as you. I already registered for the FAP modules and will be taking FAM L in October. I am taking PA in April 2023 hoping that the shortened version could help. In the meantime FAP would just occur in the background and gets chewed away before exam PA.
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I’m there with you taking PA but FAM-s. I would just study for those, I’ve already studied for PA in past years and think I have just enough time to learn FAM-S from now until October.
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FAP Modules are the easiest of all actuarial exams / take-home projects IMHO if you have done some actuarial work. They are mostly about communication and minding your target audience and the format of your communication should get you to pass everything in no time.
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