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Old 01-20-2017, 05:49 PM
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Does anyone know if the PRF module has changed since 2013? Looking to do this before starting to study for the first FSA exam.

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I did the PRF module in December and passed earlier this month (January). I work in life (no health experience period) and haven't studied for a health FSA exam yet so it's definitely doable.
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Yes, I don't know if/when the module has changed, but to answer your other question, you can definitely do this module before taking the first FSA exam. A number of people have done this, and it hasn't been a problem.

Most of the FSA modules lay out what you need to learn, give you examples, and then you do the exercise, so you should be ok if you put in the proper time and attention.
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Thanks 110Percent and Derek!
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