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Old 02-25-2016, 09:12 AM
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Default SOA Preliminary Exam Restructuring for 2016

I heard that the SOA was overhauling the prelim exam structure in 2016, but the details were scarce. Does anyone have any detailed info as to what changes are going to be implemented? What's the reasoning behind the changes?

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Originally Posted by Colonel Smoothie View Post
I heard ASA requirements are moving from 5 to 7 exams in 2018. That true?
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