Please read our step by step guide to completing your non-member exam registration form before completing your exam booking form.
Before you apply
Please note that the online form for non-member exam registration will only be available during an open exam booking period.
You will be able to apply for reduced rate exam entry by completing the annual income question in the personal details section of the form.
If you have already registered and have an actuarial reference number (ARN) please log in to your IFoA account to book non-member exams.
You will be asked to create a username, and enter you email address, first name and last name.
Click the Create new account button to create your IFoA website account.
Validate your email address
You will be sent an email to the address you entered that contains instructions on validating your IFoA website account.
Click the link contained in the email. This will take you to web page where you can choose your IFoA website account password.
- If you cannot see an email from email@example.com in your inbox after a few minutes, please check your junk/spam folder.
- If you have not received an email containing instructions on validating your IFoA website account after 24 hours please contact our Education Services team.
Create a password
You will be asked to choose a password for your IFoA website account.
Confirm your password and click Save. This will take you to the personal details section of the online form.
Enter your personal details
You will be asked to provide personal details including: your name, home address and telephone number.
Confirm your annual income
You will be able to apply for reduced rate exam entry by completing the annual income question in the personal details section of the online form.
Agree to T&Cs
Once you have agreed and click Continue you will sent an email with your Actuarial Reference Number (ARN) which you can use to log on to the IFoA website in the future.
Book your exam
After completing your registration, you will be re-directed to the Exam Booking area of the IFoA website where you can book a CM1 or CS1 exam.
Read our Exam Booking Guide, which will guide you step by step through booking an IFoA exam.
If you have any issue completing your form please contact our Education Services team.
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