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Old 02-11-2006, 03:22 PM
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I've heard from many people around here and actuary.com that any more than the 4 preliminary exams really ceases to benefit you at all, as you don't have the work experience to justify it. Would you say this is true?

And how does your company pay entry level candidates based on exams? (someone with 1, as opposed to 3-5?) Is it an intelligent investment, in cost-effectiveness, for a student to take as many exams as possible while in school?
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