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The exams were held in September 2019 at the usual centres with the following results:

The exams were held in September 2019 at the usual centres with the following results

  • Pass list published: 17 December 2019
  • Result letters with your mark available: 17 December 2019
Subject
Subject CM1 Subject CS1

Subject CM1: Financial Mathematics

The pass mark for Subject CM1 was 55

Five hundred and twenty-seven presented themselves and one hundred and thirty-five 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, Bhumika
Agarwal, Chirag
Agarwal, Palak
Agarwal, Ronak
Agarwal, Sahil
Agarwal, Utkarsh
Ahmed, Aasiya
Arora, Utkars
Asquith, Jeffery
Bagaria, Himank
Bagaria, Yougita
Bayarpurev, Tsetsegdelger
Bharani, Pradyumn
Bhatia, Ashima
Brezaniova, Zuzana
Broughton, Rory James
Buxis, Akmez
Chadha, Niwas
Cheung, Hei Tung Kelvin
Chhajer, Sachin
Chheda, Mokshi
Chheda, Niyati
Chitalia, Pujan Kaushal
Choudhary, Anshuman
Choudhary, Nandini
Choudhary, Tanvi
Chowdhary, Manchite
Chrkavy, Michaela Marie Cagle
Daga, Rishabh
Desai, Aditi
Deshpande, Anvaya
Dommett, Andrew William John
Doshi, Jaineel

Subject CM1 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Fu, Yiting
Gada, Ankita
Gada, Vinay
Gadewar, Isha
Ghosh, Rajat
Ghosh, Suchana
Ghulyani, Anushka
Golchha, Lav
Goyal, Raghav
Gulati, Sarthak
Gupta, Amit
Gupta, Netik
Gupta, Paras
Gupta, Shreya
Gupta, Trisha
Heda, Mridul
Hew, Samantha

Subject CM1 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jain, Janvi
Jain, Jenil
Jain, Katheet
Jain, Krisha
Jain, Ritik
Jain, Shresht
Jain, Shrut
Jain, Vrishubh
Jaiswal, Rupam
Jakhotia, Ankit
Jalan, Jay Kumar
Jindal, Muskan
Jogi, Shruti
Johar, Garv
Joshi, Devash
Kalra, Tiya
Kaushik, Saurabh
Kedia, Anjali
Kedia, Om Kailash
Kejriwal, Yash
Khemka, Pramila
Khetan, Riya
Khimavat, Meet
Kioko, Warren Kalunda
Kola, Leon Larsen
Kothari, Divy
Kothari, Khushi
Kyule, Paul Kyalo
Lawaju, Rustam
Lee, Benjamin
Leonard, Michael
Lin, Yan
Liu, Zeyi
Lohia, Gaurab
Mahajan, Vaani
Mallapragada, Kaustub
Marmion, Paul
Mburu, Ashley
Mehta, Charmi
Mehta, Parshwa
Mehta, Tanmay
Mongare, Bonface Morara
Mulji, Ali
Muthoni, George Martin Macharia
Mwangi, Albert Gathirwa
Nair, Shreya
Nandwani, Rahul
Nathany, Sejal

Subject CM1 continued:
Candidate names O-S

Owen, Tom
Pandey, Chandra Mani
Pasari, Nikunj
Pathak, Arushi
Patheja, Tushar
Patodia, Pawan
Pincha, Pratham
Poddar, Shresth
Popli, Prince
Poudel, Mukul
Pounds, Oliver
Raine, Ellis
Rathod, Archie
Sanghvi, Niyati
Santoki, Radha
Saraf, Pallav
Sarda, Vandita
Schrock, Philipp
Sehgal, Purti
Shah, Bhavisha
Shah, Dhruv
Shah, Sahil
Shah, Shikhar
Shah, Vanshita
Shah, Yuti
Sharma, Garima
Shaw, Khushi
Sikrakar, Nijan
Sonthalia, Siddharth
Strong, Jack
Sweeney, Conor

Subject CM1 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Tayal, Pakhi
Tibrewal, Nidhi
Tikmani, Gopal
Vyas, Arjun
Yadav, Deepak
Zegeling, Cameron

Subject CS1: Actuarial Statistics

The pass mark for Subject CS1 was 55

Seven hundred and thirty-one presented themselves and two hundred and twenty-four 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, Aaditya
Agarwal, Bhavya
Agarwal, Chayan
Agarwal, Harsh
Agarwal, Muskan
Agarwal, Radhika
Agarwal, Riddhi
Agarwal, Shneha
Agarwal, Shriti
Agarwal, Yash
Aggarwal, Ishieka
Aggarwal, Pulkit
Aggarwal, Shamita
Agrawal, Akshat
Agrawal, Ekta
Ahuja, Muskan
Amaresan, Gajendran
Arora, Aditi
Arora, Payal
Arora, Sanvi
Arora, Tanmay
Arora, Vanshika
Aryal, Indira
B, Sreejith
Baariu, Oscar Muthomi
Badani, Manav
Ball, Matthew
Bansal, Parth
Bansal, Princy
Bansal, Raman Kumar
Banthia, Rishika
Bareire, Aine
Beniwal, Gayatri
Bhagchandani, Anshita
Bhagwat, Radhika
Bhardwaj, Abhilekha
Bhateja, Divya
Bhateley, Pooja
Bhatia, Hardik
Bhave, Urja Milind
Bhide, Keshav
Bhutani, Vishal
Bhutia, Sanskriti
Biju, Neenu T
Bindra, Jasmehak
Bora, Swastika
Boukharsa, Hicham
Bucek, Tomas
Budhiraja, Garvita
Caron, Thomas William
Chandak, Shivangi
Chen, Xinzhu
Chhabra, Harshit
Chhaparia, Yash
Chhokar, Sanjeet
Chowdhary, Harshit
Daga, Lokesh
Dawes, Christopher
Deberdeev, Pavel
Desai, Arpana
Dhakal, Ramesh Kumar
Dhall, Sunidhi
Dhandhania, Vivek
Dimri, Divyanshu
Divyani
Dua, Manav
Dua, Manik
Duckworth, Michael
Dzianach, Paulina

Subject CS1 continued:
Candidate names E-I

Esparza, Isaac
Foley, Jack
Fuller, Kirsten Elizabeth
Gad, Mihir
Garg, Mansi
Garg, Muskan
Gimnani, Kiran
Gitau, Elizabeth
Goel, Khushi
Goel, Shivani
Goel, Tushar
Goyal, Cheshta
Goyal, Dimple
Goyal, Pukhraj
Goyal, Sakshi
Grover, Jatin
Grover, Mansha
Grover, Umang
Gupta, Khushi
Gupta, Kush
Gupta, Mudit
Gupta, Nitika
Gupta, Ridhima
Gupta, Rishabh
Gupta, Shikhar
Gupta, Shwetank
Gupta, Tushar
Gupta, Yash Kumar
Harlalka, Ashwin
Harries, Jonathan
Higgins, Matthew
Hui, Pui Man
Imanuel, Joanne Ruth

Subject CS1 continued:
Candidate names J-N

Jain, Aditya
Jain, Akshat
Jain, Ansh
Jain, Arjav
Jain, Bhavya
Jain, Gautam
Jain, Harshit
Jain, Jhanvi
Jain, Sachin
Jain, Shravi
Jain, Tanishq
Jain, Tanushka
Jalan, Shreya
Johnson, Victoria
Juneja, Kunal
Junx, Gao
Karkera, Simran
Kashyap, Shreya
Kaushik, Raunak
Kesharia, Khushi
Khanal, Aditi
Khandelwal, Chaitanya
Khandelwal, Harshita
Khandelwal, Mansi
Khanna, Akanksha
Khator, Saloni
Kochar, Mihir
Kohli, Chirag
Kumari, Shivani
Lakhotia, Ankur
Lavelle, Jonathan
Lian, Peng Cheng
Liu, David
Long, Joshua
M Nair, Sreesandhya
M, Varshinee
Mackwell, Joshua
Maginn, Laura
Mahadevan, Akshaya
Mahawar, Tanya
Mahima
Mahimkar, Kasturi
Maina, Geofrey Kibobo
Majumdar, Debosmita
Malhotra, Parth
Manjure, Parth
Mathew Biju, Nishanth
Mathur, Pratham
Mcardle, Ciara
Mcloughlin, Katie
Mehndiratta, Khushi
Mehta, Siddhant
Miao, Yupeng
Mittal, Dev
Mittal, Rahul
Muinde, Pauline
Munjal, Vansh
Mutia, Mike Kyendwa
Nancarrow, Edward
Nandwani, Ishan
Narang, Namrata
Nevison, James
Nishar, Ritik
Njue, Kelvin

Subject CS1 continued:
Candidate names O-S

Oluoch, Lucille Mujaw
Parwani, Yash
Patney, Mehak
Patwari, Arhata
Popli, Pooja
Pujara, Khush
Purwar, Riya
Quinn, Cathal Martin
Rajpal, Jatin
Randev, Angela
Rawat, Aaditya
Redondo Loures, Cristian
Reed, Jordan
S, Deepthi
Sachdeva, Harshil
Saha, Kaustav
Sangal, Varuni
Saraf, Chirag
Shah, Aayush
Shah, Harshal
Shah, Mann
Shah, Raj
Sharma, Aman
Sharma, Bhumika
Sharma, Garima
Sharma, Muskaan
Shintre, Mohak
Shrestha, Krishna Kumar
Simani, Wendy
Singh, Karandeep
Singh, Manprabh
Singh, Pravin
Singh, Suhird
Singhal, Anusha
Singhal, Swati
Singhal, Vibhu
Smith, Rachael Louise
Spivey, Robert
Suchit, Devante
Surana, Bhawna

Subject CS1 continued:
Candidate names T-Z

Taneja, Aakriti
Taparia, Jaishree
Tarek, Mahmoud
Thomas, Cameron Caspian
Tom, Alex
Tongola, Jeremiah Simiyu
Toor, Pargatdeep
Tulshyan, Harsh
Tutlani, Nilesh
Van Niekerk, Jan Antonie
Vats, Abhishek
Verma, Jatin
Vinisha
Wadhwa, Megha
Wainaina, Evelyn
Walker, Roberta
Zhang, Chenyu
Zhang, Kexin

 

By Order of the Council
Mike Hammer, Chairman of the Board of Examiners
17 December 2019

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