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Old 11-01-2002, 05:08 PM
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The Spring catalog can be viewed by changing the dates in the address.
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Thanks, Jay Oliver. I had that in my list of recent addresses, but hadn't tried it today.

I had heard mid-November from the SOA, but it's usually around the beginning of November.

http://www.soa.org/eande/spring03_ca...03_catalog.pdf
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I don't get why anyone cares about the Spring 2003 catalog. What exactly is in it that interests you? We already know what the preliminary dates are for the exams because this is in the Fall 2002 catalog.
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Buru Buru - what's in it is the revised syllabus with the new article(s) - at least on the CAS side, not sure about SoA. Some people (probably with kids) want to get an early jump on the next exam so they want to make sure they're not reading an article that's either been revised or deleted.
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