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Old 02-12-2014, 03:58 PM
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Does your place have a documented raise/bonus schedule?

They'll verify that your name is listed in the passing candidates for the date of the sitting. It'll be odd if you lie about the date of your exam. Plus you might lose out on a few weeks of extra pay while they process the raise.

Also I wouldn't pass another exam without exam support. Use the extra money to travel and ball. #yolo
I have the time and money to do both is the thing. I'm already gonna be travelling overseas among a couple other trips before I start. I am actually at a good job right now and am taking a pay cut to go on the actuarial track (just more suited to what I want to get into)

I would rather pass another exam without the pressure of having to pass as well. Plus this way, the next exam wouldn't be until October and I could really enjoy my summer.

I think the general moral of the story to all this though is to not be a money-grubbing schemester

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