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      Just started to work on my first FSA module, and find the SOA information really limited and not helpful…

      Could anyone kindly share some more details about the End-of-Module test for the FSA modules?  Is it similar to the FAP EMA that we have 96 hours to work on some calc/written problems?

      Thanks in advance =)

      Steve Zeske

        No, the end-of-module exercises for the FSA modules are not timed like the FAP module exercises. They are much more relaxed and easy-going. You have two years from the time you start the module until you must submit the exercise. Otherwise, you will have to pay for the module again and complete a new exercise. Although, if you haven’t submitted the exercise within one year of the purchase date, you will be charged a $50 6-month extension fee before you can submit it. You are allowed two 6-month extensions after the 1-year initial period (hence, 2 years total). Most candidates don’t come anywhere close to the time constraints. 2-3 months is a typical time frame to complete 1 FSA module and the exercise.

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