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CM1 and CS1 exams sat by non-members

The exams were held in April 2019 at the usual centres with the following results:
  • Pass list published: 2 July 2019
  • Result letters with your mark available: 2 July 2019

Subject CM1: Financial Mathematics

The pass mark for Subject CM1 was 58

Two hundred and sixty-eight presented themselves and sixty-eight passed namely:

Candidate names A-D | Candidate names E-I | Candidate names J-N | Candidate names O-S | Candidate names T-Z

Candidate names A-D

Agarwal, Jayshree
Agarwal, Manya
Agrawal, Vaibhav
Ajitsaria, Diksha
Anand, Manan
Bajaj, Nehal
Bass, Harriet Elizabeth
Basu, Siladitya
Bengani, Pratham
Buchasia, Sonal
Chang, Sue Lynn
Chauhan, Paridhi
Craig, Alex
Ding, Xuesong

Subject CM1 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Freeman, Matthew David
Godinho, Kayleigh Jill
Goel, Anusha
Goel, Sarthak
Goenka, Aayan
Golchha, Shreya
Goyal, Pallav
Gupta, Gautam
Gupta, Nidhi
Gupta, Ritika
Gupta, Umang
Gutteridge, Joshua Charles
Haran, Vipul
Harper, Calum

Subject CM1 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jain, Aman
Jain, Esha
Jain, Muskan (Sonipat)
Jain, Simoni
Jajodia, Tanya
Jham, Harnoor
John, Shreya Miriam
Joseph, James
Kalina, Branislav
Kedia, Anushka
Khaitan, Mayank
Kumar, Rohit
Kwaasi, Kwame Gyansah
Lal, Rohit
Lath, Mohit Kumar
Maslo, Hazel
Mbinda, Agnes Munee
Mittal, Shreya
Nahata, Pankaj Kumar

Subject CM1 continued:
Candidate names O-S

Paharia, Vanshika
Pallavur Suresh, Rajeev
Payne, Joel
Poddar, Mohit Raj
Rajpal, Aish
Rolt, Edward
Samuel, Thomas
Savla, Mahek Jayesh
Seligmann, Jordan Brett
Sharma, Janvi
Singh, Harneet
Singh, Samrat
Singhal, Aryan
Singhi, Pratik
Szkoda, Jozef

Subject CM1 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Taneja, Anmol
Thakkar, Manan
Thompson, Cameron
Timmins, David
Wang, Lu
Williams, James

Subject CS1: Actuarial Statistics

The pass mark for Subject CS1 was 58

Four hundred and thirty-five presented themselves and one hundred and ninety passed namely:

Candidate names A-D | Candidate names E-I | Candidate names J-N | Candidate names O-S | Candidate names T-Z

Candidate names A-D

Adhiambo, Ivy Susan
Agarwal, Kashika
Agarwal, Rishita
Agarwal, Shivam
Agarwal, Varun
Agarwala, Sonali
Aggarwal, Miit
Aggarwal, Pragun
Aggarwal, Sachit
Aggarwal, Shubham
Agrawal, Arushi
Ajitsaria, Priyanshi
Arora, Yukta
B, Ashwitha
Baid, Akshu
Bajaj, Mohak
Bansal, Taniya
Bao, Shengyu
Berry, Jade
Bhandari, Vitthal
Bhardwaj, Jaivardhan
Bhatawadekar, Varada
Bhatt, Aanchal
Bhatt, Naresh
Bothra, Prerak
Brett, Stephen
Capparelli, Esteban
Chaudhary, Muskan
Chawla, Divyansh
Chen, Dengyiyun
Chen, Yiyang
Chen, Zhibo
Chew, Brandon
Chhabra, Bhuvnesh
Chhabra, Digij
Chhatbar, Apurva
Choudhary, Vikas
Chriselda A, Mary
Clayton, Jake
Cook, Henry Thomas
Cotton, Joseph Warwick
Coughlin, Ryan
Dalmia, Shreya
Dalmia, Vedanshi
Dedhia, Krisha Jatin
Delaney, Joseph
Ding, Yi
Ding, Yiwei
Diwan, Hansika
Dodhia, Dhara
Dong, Qing
Dubal, Nidhi
Dutta, Shikhar

Subject CS1 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Fandi, Sourav
Faruk, Hassan
Gandhi, Rutvik
Garg, Bhanu
Garg, Ishika
Garg, Nikita
Garg, Udit
Ghose, Arjun
Goyal, Koyna
Goyal, Muskan
Grover, Rahul
Gulati, Muskan
Gupta, Kashish
Gupta, Kirti
Hanson, Max
Hao, Yaoxi
Heda, Padam
Hua, Chenxi
Huang, Qixuan
Huang, Xinyi
Huynh, Ngoc Thien Ly

Subject CS1 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jain, Jainam
Jain, Jhil
Jain, Kajal
Jain, Riya
Jain, Sakshi
Jain, Shreyans
Jain, Tripti
Jain, Utsavi
Jalan, Eshna
Janakanuru, Phaneendra Prakash
Jinran, Zhang
Kaimenyi, Ezra
Kakrania, Chirag
Kariuki, Brenda Mukami
Kasyoka, Joyce
Kaur, Amanveer
Kaushik, Tripti
Kedia, Harshita
Khemani, Sneha
Khurana, Jatin
Kinyua, Martin Eric Koome
Kompan, Ana
Kothari, Siddharth
Krutov, Vasilii
Kumar, Ansh
Li, Chenwei
Li, Mengqi
Li, Qinxuan
Li, Ying
Lin, Hanxuan
Lin, Hao Hang
Liu, Annabelle
Liu, Chenxiao
Liu, Xinyi
Liu, Yang
Lowth, Alex
Luo, Xuan
Ma, Sijin
Ma, Zijian
Mahadik, Harshada
Marti, Russel
Mbogo, Mercy Wanjira
Mbuvi, Ndoni Nicholas
Mehta, Vritika Hiren
Mhlanga, Ishmael
Miao, Jinjin
Mohindru, Waris
Mondal, Shweta
Moreira De Almeida, Ana Raquel
Nanda, Shagun
Nasa, Sahil
Nash, Christopher
Nyariki, Allan

Subject CS1 continued:
Candidate names O-S

Otieno, Laurine
Patel, Yash
Patodia, Ansh
Pendharkar, Ojas
R, Nivetha
Ramachandran, Shishira
Ranawat, Rashi
Rastogi, Vaishnavi
Reyneke, Jonathan
Ruhil, Divya
Saha, Arnab
Samarasinghe, Pramodya Chathumini
Samariya, Madhav
Sareen, Rohan
Satra, Pooja
Senthilnathan, Akash
Shah, Niyanta
Shah, Samrat
Shah, Shreya
Sharma, Kartikay
Sharma, Komal
She, Yu Wei
Shen, Jiabao
Sikri, Amol
Singal, Yuvraj
Singh, Saachi
Singhal, Aditya
Smith, Natalie
Smith-Woodhams, Morgan
Subramanian, Lakshya
Sultania, Khushi
Sun, Xinyi
Sun, Zongqi
Surana, Rishab

Subject CS1 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Tai, Mohammed Moheed
Tandon, Shreya
Tann, Jack
Tempestoso, Michael
Tripathi, Manavi
Trusler, Ryan
Tyagi, Mahee
Unnikrishnan, Gayathri
Vaidya, Eshan Tushar
Verma, Chahat
Wakade, Jui Sadanand
Wang, Wei
Wang, Xueqian
Wang, Xuyi
Wang, Yifan
Wang, Yuzhuo
Wang, Zhaoyi
Warbrick, Jacob Alexander
Wu, Yichen
Yadav, Akshat
Yadav, Seema
Yang, Xiaorui
Zhang, Bingyu
Zhang, Jinzhe
Zhang, Shichong
Zhang, Xunyan
Zhang, Zeyu
Zhu, Zichao
Zou, Chuyu

 

By Order of the Council
Mike Hammer, Chairman of the Board of Examiners
2 July 2019

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