How the ACTEX VEE Corporate Finance Course is Specifically Geared Toward Actuarial Work



One of my colleagues has used NEAS and he recommends it. I'm a new hire, and I know they will pay for my tests. If you want to learn something it's less great. Exam times are based on 11 a.

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Woah 3 exams in 3 years would mean that you're pretty lightly using your budget -- is that common? In my student program we're required to take a test at least every 6 months. I personally had a good experience with Actex, around 1k for the whole course and it's pretty easy and well structured took Corporate Finance with them, planning on taking the others as well.

One of my colleagues has used NEAS and he recommends it. It is cheap and if you fail you can retake it for free. The 3 hour assessment is way easier than a college final or at least it is graded more easily. So there are 5 courses total on NEAS. How many do you think someone could do at once? Assuming only working Since they don't seem difficult, I'd love to finish them quickly.

I took an NEAS course recently. If you want to get done quickly it's great because it's easy. If you want to learn something it's less great. CPCU is the best option for Finance. No homework to do - just a final - and it's pretty easy. Plus it'll count toward your CPCU designation in case you ever decide to pursue that. I used Actex for stats - super easy and straightforward. I highly recommend looking further into that.

Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. Please help this great cause and make a donation! I'm in the middle of NEAS now. I'm reading the book, which I think will end up being a mistake. Homework does really only take minutes per assignment.

If you go to the discussion boards they discuss the homework on there and most of the answers are up there. I'll let you know my thoughts after exam results. I envision myself putting in about hours total. Originally Posted by Coquelicot. All times are GMT The time now is Posts are not checked for accuracy, and do not represent the views of the Actuarial Outpost or its sponsors. Not looking for a job? Tell us about your ideal job, and we'll only contact you when it opens up.

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