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How to Pass Actuarial Exams Consistently

by | Actuarial Exams

It’s the burning question everyone has right?

How to pass exams?

And my guess is that you want to do it consistently.  You don’t want it to be hit and miss.

You want to feel confident that when you prepare for an exam, you’re doing it right so that you have the best chance of passing.

Well, the best way that I’ve ever found to get consistent results, and I’m sure you’d agree if you think about it, is to have a process.

You need a process in order to be consistent.

That’s how your favorite pizza place is able to bring you a consistent tasting pizza every time you go there.  They have a process for making that pizza so that it turns out the same every time.

That’s why every Toyota Corolla or Ford Focus comes off the assembly line looking identical.  The car companies have developed a step-by-step process for creating consistent cars.

When you’re just starting out at something, the slow way to develop a good process that creates consistently good results is by trial and error.  Obviously this method takes some time since you’ve gotta do a lot of testing, adjusting and repeating.

The fast way is to just follow a process that has worked for others.  A lot of the time, if that process is implemented properly, you’ll be able to get consistent results with it too.

Obviously, I want to get consistent pass results for my Study Strategy clients.  That’s why I’m creating a precise process to help them pass their exams.

I guide them on exactly which study manual is best to use.
I guide them on exactly how much studying needs to get done each day.
I tell them specifically which questions to do.
I make sure they’re studying consistently.

It’s a process.

And although it hasn’t been perfected yet, I’m constantly striving to improve it so that I can get my students even more consistent passing results if they follow the step-by-step process that I’ve developed for them.

See what I mean?

So the key to passing your exams consistently is to have a good process in place that will take you from your current understanding of the exam topics to a master of the exam topics so that you feel confident that you’ll pass your exam each time.

If you’d like to get first-hand access to my Exam P and Exam FM passing process, come join me in the Study Strategy Consulting program.

If my process doesn’t work for you, I pay for your next $225 exam registration fee so why wouldn’t you try it out?  I’m sure it will give you a better chance of passing your exam than the “trial and error” approach!