Now Available – Horn, D. and Webel, B., “Private Flood Insurance…”
Now Available – Odomirok, K.C., et al., Financial Reporting Through the Lens of a Property/Casualty Actuary…
Now Available – Cedar, D. and Thompson, A., “Reinsurance Accounting & Strategy for the Actuary,”
Now Available – NAIC,Statement of Statutory Accounting Principles 63, “Underwriting Pools,” paragraphs 1-11.
Now Available – NAIC, Statement of Statutory Accounting Principles 66, “Retrospectively Rated Contracts,” paragraphs 1-5, 7.a., 8, 9.a., 10, and 11-14.
Now Available – NAIC, The Center for Insurance Policy and Research, Risk Retention Groups, updated May 31, 2019.
Now Available – Webel, B., “Terrorism Risk Insurance: Overview and Issue Analysis for the 116th Congress”
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|Volume||Description||Number of Pages|
|Volume 1:||Syllabus Sections A and B||512|
|Volume 2a:||Syllabus Section C – Part 1||362|
|Volume 2b:||Syllabus Section C – Part 2||454|
|Volume 2c:||Syllabus Section C – Part 3, and D and E||445|
|Volume 3:||Prep Tests and Exams||307|
|e-Review:||Final Set of Prep Tests||173|
|Total Page Count||2,253|
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R.A.C.E. questions and online video solutions.
- R.A.C.E. (Read, Assess, Choose, Execute) is an interactive product to train candidates on how best to answer CAS exam short answer questions.
- With the short answer component on CAS Exam 6 accounting for approximately 65+% of the points, you must adopt a method to write a quality response to such questions.
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e-Review questions and online video solutions
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- To produce questions and solutions that mirror the level of difficulty of actual CAS Exam to the extent possible.
- To offer video based solutions, in lieu of paper based solutions, to encourage candidates to engage in ActiveLearning.
- To create syllabus section tests, with questions drawn from smaller subsections of the entire syllabus, to assist candidates in determining “what they know and what they don’t know” in the weeks leading up to the their final exam preparation.
Time and Question Management
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Syllabus Reading and Time Management by Article
- Download our Reading Schedule for Syllabus Sections A and E, designed to get you through an initial review of all syllabus readings within a 12 week period.
- Track Actual vs Expected number of hours spent studying by article.
- Spending too much time on articles that are not heavily tested at the expense of not spending enough time on the more heavily tested articles can make the difference of you passing vs. obtaining a 5 or lower.
Points by article, by question type and by exam over the past two years
- Download our pivot table that identifies what articles give rise to the largest number of points tested on the 2017 and 2018 exams.
- Points tested by year, by season and by question type drive our recommendations on where you need to focus your time studying.
- There are more than 300 questions available to work since the release of the Spring 2011 Exam.
- Understanding the nuances in the CAS model solutions to these questions is time consuming.
- Download our question management spreadsheet to keep track of your understanding of each question tested since the Spring 2011 Exam.
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- These weekly reminders help to keep you on track to complete an initial pass through the entire syllabus readings, leaving you with 6+ weeks to focus solely on problem solving.
Rich is the owner and founder of ALL 10. He is the author of ALL 10’s Exam 5, Exam 6 and Exam 9 online review courses and study materials. An associate of the CAS since 1996, Rich is thoroughly familiar with the syllabus readings and has in-depth knowledge of CAS’s always evolving exam structure. His passion for educating candidates is the driving force that shapes ALL 10.