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All I have to say is LOL. That sure is helpful.
I failed miserably, got my lowest score ever and will be taking 7 for the 4th time.
Honestly, all the fellowship exams are long. You have to find a way to be quicker cause they don’t get any shorter or easier after ACAS. The CAS is not gonna make it any easier even if it’s unreasonably long. And the fellowship exams are graded much more harshly. All the candidates are faced with the same reality, as inconvenient as it happens to be.
Do you normally finish the exam when you fail?
@actuarymelissa, I’m sorry to hear that. I’m now officially 0/7 on fellowship exams (across all 3), the most I’ve failed is 3 individually. This process is beginning to damage me financially as well and I’m not sure how much longer I’m gonna last. What keeps you motivated to keep going if you don’t mind me asking?
Nah I haven’t seen mine.
I person got an 8 and 1 got a 5. Thats all I saw.
No. A couple of others got results for 9 as well.
Red, it will definitely take alot of will to wait but I think it’s for the best. It’s always an emotional rollercoaster for me checking results.
Actuarialed, so be it. If the others come out the day after or shortly thereafter, that’s when I want to see it anyhow.
Keeping my fingers crossed for you.
act_123: because I’m waiting for other results as well and if its gonna be a blow I’d rather take the blows at one time vs in multiple waves.
Lol @ tigger
You can do what I plan on doing. Don’t look on the day results are released.
It means we’ll have results by the end of Q1 as they originally promised.
If nothing else, the CAS has stress tested the bounds of my professionalism. I’ll just continue to sit here and pretend that they aren’t seriously jeopardizing my life plans right now.
Rick and Morty..classic and perfect reference!