What ADAPT level are Exam P and FM?

If you’ve been working away on ADAPT exams, you’re probably wondering what level of exams you need to get up to in order to pass. Most people agree that the real exam is usually around a level 4-5 for Exam P and FM. But, that doesn’t mean that you should stop when you...

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What is the best order to take the actuarial exams?

Whether you’re just getting started on your actuarial exams, or you’ve already passed a few, you’re here because you want to know the best way to proceed going forward. So, what’s the best order to take actuarial exams?

The short answer is: there isn’t a required order to write exams in, so it’s completely up to you on how you proceed. But, Exam P and FM tend to be the easiest for most people, so you should start by passing those two first. IFM should be third. After that, order should be determined based on your schooling and experience.

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7 Tips to Get an Actuarial Job

  Do you want to increase your chances of getting an actuarial job?  It's not really as easy as you may think to get a job.  You can't just pass a few exams and suddenly have 2-3 easy job prospects. So in this post (and corresponding video above), I'm going to...

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Get FREE study tips and advice for Exam P & FM!

You can get my best studying tips and advice sent right to your inbox. Just add your email below. Learn things like:

• How to get 80%+ questions right.

• Why you shouldn't memorize.

• The quickest way to pass your exam.


Bobby passed his first actuarial exam! Watch the video below to learn how.


Want to learn more about the Study Strategy Program? Go here for all the details!