Reminder: the deadline for exam registration is 9/1!
Also, I uploaded “Combined CAS exams” to the Additional Material section. These files contain the questions from each of the CAS exams from 2008 that are still on the syllabus. Questions and solutions have been updated to reflect the current syllabus.
Note from TIA forum:
FYI I posted a few updates to some of the Section A papers. These are all extremely MINOR… I merely updated the wording in a few of the sentences and/ or made some formatting changes.
The Infinite Actuary now has a free Android app available in the Google Play Store. This is in addition to the existing app available for Apple devices on iTunes. The apps allow you to watch videos on your mobile device, including the ability to download videos for offline viewing. Simply sign in with your TIA username and password, and you’re ready to go.
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For details about status of the TIA material, see the TIA forum:
The Hamilton manual posted was an outdated version (this only impacts the individual Hamilton manual. The Hamilton section of the Combined Manuals was fine).
I have posted the updated manual as well as an additional file that highlights the important updates to Hamilton.
I uploaded some “Combined CAS Exams” to the Additional Material section. These combine the questions from the various study manuals. You can take these as practice exams.
Note that there have been minimal changes to the syllabus in the last few years, so just use the exams from the CAS (I have noted which questions to skip).
I have been working on making a list of the various TIA forum threads. This is saved in the Introduction section of the site.
It is a work in progress… I imagine it will take weeks to complete
Over the coming weeks, I’ll be cleaning up the forum (including deleting obsolete threads and posts/ deleting redundant threads/ possibly combining threads/ MAYBE indexing).
Just a headsup as you may notice some changes.
It was requested that I create a file that maps the papers from the CAS syllabus to the TIA manual(s).
I have uploaded this file to the Introduction section of the website (see Mapping).
Just a quick reminder to periodically check the Errata file (located in the Introduction section of the website). I do keep this updated throughout the year.
Note that unless noted otherwise, I do update the manual(s) and video(s) to fix any errata. I also will usually update the combined manual for the section, as well as the manual that includes everything. However, I will tend not to update the files that contain manuals only/ exam questions only and sample questions only as frequently.