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Old 12-03-2018, 02:13 PM
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Default VEE Applied Statistics Transfer Credit

I was browsing the SOA website and saw that VEE Applied Statistics now transitions to exam SRM and VEE Mathematical Statistics. How does one go about getting this credit on their transcript?

Was it suppose to happen automatically or is there a form to fill out? My VEE Applied Statistics credit was given to me in 2006.

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The SOA transcript database does all transitional credits behind the scenes. If a candidate is receiving transitional credit for Exam SRM, then VEE Applied Statistics will still be what shows up on the transcript.

Because you already have VEE Applied Statistics, you are not required to pass Exam SRM or VEE Mathematical Statistics in order to fulfill designation requirements.

I hope that sheds some light. Thank you, Alan
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