Passing Actuarial Exams on Your Own

Transitioning from University to IFoA actuarial exams – how to pass the later IFoA actuarial exams on your own

This is a four hour online tutorial that positively explains what you need to do to pass IFoA actuarial exams when studying on your own.

It explains exactly how IFoA actuarial exams work, what are the rules of the game, and how you can approach them in a way that you have greater control whether you pass or not.

The tuition approach is based on a student using IFoA Core Reading and Past Exam Papers. Further information on purchasing Core Reading from the IFoA can be found here.

This novel and unique tuition is only available through Classic Actuarial Education.

Why is this tuition important?

Actuarial exams are widely regarded as a step up from university exams. The pass rate for these exams is also significantly lower than for university exams. However, much of this failing is needless and preventable.

Until now there has been no course to explain to students exactly what they need to do to ensure they pass the actuarial exams.

Who is the tutorial aimed at?

The tutorial is primarily aimed at students who have recently left university and are planning to sit the later exams of the IFoA, specifically, CP1, SP1, SP2, SP3, SP4, SP5, SP7, SP9, SA1, SA2, SA3, SA4. But it is also relevant for all professional actuarial exams.

What can students expect from the tutorial?

Students can expect to learn an approach to study and prepare for the IFoA exams that if followed, will result in a very high probability of passing.

When is the online tutorial?

The first tutorial in the run up to the September 2024 exams is scheduled,
on Saturday, 15th June, 09:00-13:00 BST.

The first tutorial in the run up to the April 2025 exams is scheduled,
on Saturday, 23rd November, 09:00-13:00 GMT.


€250 / £225

This tuition is VAT exempt.

Other payment methods are available, for details please email

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