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Old 01-26-2018, 05:27 PM
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Is there any info out there on which preliminary exam do most actuarial students who quit pursuing the designation stop before they reach the ASA/ACAS?
This is an even harder question to answer, because the exams keep changing. Back when I was a student, a lot of folks gave up with Part 4, which was Life Contingencies using a textbook of the same name by Jordan.

And after the prelims, there is a lot more variation in the fellowship exams, because of the SOA/CAS split and the different SOA tracks.
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