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Change or cancel your exam booking

If you would like to change your exam booking we may be able to do this for you, however we cannot guarantee to make a change that you request. There are charges for some of these changes

In all cases refunds are only made to those who have paid the full fee. No refunds will be given to those who have paid the reduced fee.

Changing your online exam booking

Changes to these exam bookings can only be made before the exam entry closing date. Contact the Education Services Team to discuss making any changes.

Cancelling your exam on or before the exam entry closing date A refund of 50% of the exam fee will be given
Cancelling your exam after the exam entry closing date No refunds will be given

Changing your CB3 exam booking

You can cancel your CB3 online exam booking, however a charge will apply. You will then need to rebook your exam for a new date.

Download the CB3 Refund application form

Cancelling your online exam four weeks or more before your exam date A refund of 50% of the exam fee will be given
Cancelling your online exam less than four weeks before your exam date No refund will be given

Changing a UK Practice Module (UKPM) or Online Professional Awareness Test (OPAT) booking

Once you have booked these exams you will have 90 days to sit the exam at your own convenience.

If you do not complete the exam within 90 days you will need to reapply. In the case of the UK Practice Module you will have to pay the exam fee again.

Cancelling or changing a Professional Skills Course booking

You can cancel or change your Professional Skills Course booking, however an administration charge of £150.00 will be made.

Contact Education Services to discuss making a change.

Cancelling your CERA seminar booking

Download the CERA refund form

Cancelling your CERA seminar four weeks or more before the seminar date A refund of 50% of the seminar will be given
Cancelling your CERA seminar less than four weeks before the seminar date No refunds will be given 

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Education Services Team

education.services@actuaries.org.uk

Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, 1st Floor, Park Central, 40/41 Park End Street, Oxford, OX1 1JD

+44 01865 268207

We aim to respond to all enquiries within two working days.

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