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Plan was to do PA in October, but after the recent SoA announcement, I’m planning to do FAM-L in October and PA in April.
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Been thinking about doing this. Probably gonna have to ask my work if they'd allow for taking study time-off for both at the same time. I heard PA can be studied and done in ~a month and FAM-L seems like it won't be as bad as a regular exam, getting both done within a few weeks of each other would be soooo nice
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I think it's a good idea, especially if you've recently passed SRM.

* From what I understand, SRM provides a great foundation for PA. I have also heard that you don't need to study for PA as much as you need to for the other prelims (although it still requires a month or two of intensive study).
* FAM-L is a 1.75 hour 20 question multiple-choice exam, so it won't require as much studying as a full-length exam would.

The only reason I don't plan to do this is because I've been slacking on my modules. I really need to muster up the willpower to get through those...
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I'm not big on writing so I'll likely take the reduced hour version next year, but good luck to you! Seems fairly doable especially if you took SRM recently
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I would have originally done LTAM in April 2022 but because of the changes I ended up doing SRM in January 2022, PA right after in April, and am planning on FAM-L in October
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I wish actex would release study manual for FAM-L!

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