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Old 06-30-2019, 11:46 AM
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Default Time constraint or limit to get ASA?

Just inquiring if there are any time limit or constraint to get ASA or FSA or is it till you get it scenario. Thanks!
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As long as you meet the requirements, you get it. If you wait too long, the exam structure may change on you, and you could find that you have to take new exams to meet the requirements.
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As long as you meet the requirements, you get it. If you wait too long, the exam structure may change on you, and you could find that you have to take new exams to meet the requirements.
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As long as you meet the requirements, you get it. If you wait too long, the exam structure may change on you, and you could find that you have to take new exams to meet the requirements.
In many cases, at least for the scenario the OP is describing, you'll find that the new exam will be covering material you were already tested on under a prior set up.
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