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Old 11-19-2001, 10:21 AM
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I realize that many employers reward you for passing exams and many feel that you are not an actuary until you have earned one of the designations. However, is it possible to have any success in the field without earning an FSA or FCAS? or even an ASA or ACAS, for that matter? If so, is there a minimum number of exams that one should pass in order to be successful?
Any advice would be welcomed?
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