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Originally Posted by actuarially a scientist View Post
On TIA, James seems to think that a 65/96 would give you 6. I looked at the pass marks, when those were still released, and the highest one was below 70%. So 68/96 is right at safe, I think. Though... the 2015 exam isn't on the same level as the two most recent exams. I would take 2017 exams and see how you do on those to get a feel for what shape you are in.
Already took those, I agree the WA are a bit harder there. Gonna take the 2016 ones the next couple of days and see how I do.
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I honestly feel like the 'no folding pages' is bullshit. How is that cheating whatsoever. I swear I really wish I would've just gone into finance or engineering. If someone asked me if they should become an actuary i would honestly say no bc of the stupid hurdles one organization who has full control puts in place. Anyway, I hope there's no mid year exists on the exam.
Modules 1-8 IA

And NUH is the letter I use to spell Nutches
Who live in small caves, known as Nitches, for hutches,
These Nutches have troubles, the biggest of which is
the fact there are many more Nutches than Nitches.
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