No matter which insurance path is chosen, exams are going to be the foundation of an actuary's education and a convenient gauge of how close they are to their FSA designation. The exams, ranging in length from three up to six hours long, are not to be taken lightly as they challenge one's mathematical knowledge to its core elements.

The recommended 100 hours of studying time for every hour of exam proves that the actuarial profession takes significant amounts of dedication, hard work and sheer determination. Be sure to browse our testimonials from professionals and reviews of the five preliminary exams from fellow actuarial students.

I attended ASNA during my last year in University. Excellent networking opportunity! Highly recommended!
Ricky Chu, Actuarial Associate, Individual Insurance Valuation; Manulife Financial
The ASNA Convention in Quebec City in 2010 was a great opportunity for us at Sun Life to meet the actuaries of the tomorrow. We were able to share the Sun Life story with a diverse range of strong candidates during thecareer fair and are looking forward to returning to ASNA in 2011.
Martin Reeves, FSA, FCIA, AVP, Fixed Annuity Business; Sun Life Financial

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