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Old 11-09-2017, 03:34 PM
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I am currently waiting on MLC results and FAP to get my ASA.

Am i correct in that if I do not make July 2018 cutoff, I will just need additional Predictive Analytics exam? Which I will likely have to take to get FSA anyways.
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Old 11-09-2017, 04:14 PM
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If you make the ASA deadline you have until 2022 to get FSA and not have to take the PA exam
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Hey buddy looks like we are in same exact boat. GL to you!
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Hey buddy looks like we are in same exact boat. GL to you!
Thanks! I'm trying hard to not have to do PA exam. I plan on starting IA in around 10 days.

But then even I fail to make the deadline, I'll have most of the ASA content done already so nothing is lost. Pretty motivating!
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