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Old 06-17-2018, 02:36 AM
aanglen aanglen is offline
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Default SRM Credit = “exam passed”?

Say you’ve passed P, FM, IFM, and MLC. You’d say “I have passed 4 exams.”

If you claim the applied stats credit, it will convert into SRM exam credit on your transcript. Does this mean you now have “5 exams passed”?

If “no,” then I assume you’d say “4 exams passed and transition credit for a 5th”

In either case, would you expect to get the SRM raise that you company offers?
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