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Exam Papers and Examiners' Reports, September 2021
CS1A / CS1B CS2A / CS2B CM1A / CM1B CM2A / CM2B CB1 CB2    
CP1 paper 1 CP1 paper 2 CP2 paper 1 CP2 paper 2 CP3      
SP1 SP2 SP4 SP5 SP6 SP7 SP8 SP9
SA1 SA2 SA3 SA4 SA7      
Exam Papers and Examiners' Reports, April 2021
CS1A / CS1B CS2A / CS2B CM1A / CM1B CM2A / CM2B CB1 CB2    
CP1 paper 1 CP1 paper 2 CP2 paper 1 CP2 paper 2 CP3      
SP1 SP2 SP4 SP5 SP6 SP7 SP8 SP9
SA1 SA2 SA3 SA4 SA7      
Exam Papers and Examiners' Reports, September 2020
CS1A / CS1B CS2A / CS2B CM1A / CM1B CM2A / CM2B CB1 CB2    
CP1 paper 1 CP1 paper 2 CP2 paper 1 CP2 paper 2 CP3      
SP1 SP2 SP4 SP5 SP6 SP7 SP8 SP9
SA1 SA2 SA3 SA4 SA7      

September 2020 Specimen Questions and Solutions

Exam Papers and Examiners' Reports, April 2020
CB1 CB2 CP1 paper 1 CP1 paper 2 CP2 paper 1 CP2 paper 2 CP3  
SP1 SP2 SP4 SP5 SP6 SP7 SP8 SP9
SA1 SA2 SA3 SA4 SA7      
Exam Papers and Examiners' Reports, September 2019
CS1A / CS1B CS2A / CS2B CM1A / CM1B CM2A / CM2B CB1 CB2    
CP1 paper 1 CP1 paper 2 CP2 paper 1 CP2 paper 2 CP3      
SP1 SP2 SP4 SP5 SP6 SP7 SP8 SP9
SA1 SA2 SA3 SA4 SA7      
Exam Papers and Examiners' Reports, April 2019
CS1A / CS1B CS2A / CS2B CM1A / CM1B CM2A / CM2B CB1 CB2    
CP1 paper 1 CP1 paper 2 CP2 paper 1 CP2 paper 2 CP3      
SP1 SP2 SP4 SP5 SP6 SP7 SP8 SP9
SA1 SA2 SA3 SA4 SA7      
Exam Papers and Examiners' Reports, 2005-2018
CS1 
(CT3)
CS2 
(CT4/CT6)
CM1
(CT1/CT5)
CM2
(CT8)
CB1
(CT2)
CB2 
(CT7)
     
CP1
(CA1)
CP2
(CA2)
CA3/CP3            
SP1
(ST1)
SP2
(ST2)
ST3 
(Retired)
SP4
(ST4)
SP5
(ST5)
SP6
(ST6)
SP7
(ST7 - first sat in 2010)
SP8
(ST8 - first sat in 2010)
SP9
(ST9 - first sat in 2010)
SA1 SA2 SA3 SA4 SA5
(Retired)
SA6
(Retired)
     
Certificate in Practical Financial Economics 2005-2007
Exam Papers and Examiners' Reports, 1999-2004
101 Statistical modelling 2000-2004 102 Financial mathematics 2000-2004
103 Stochastic modelling 2000-2004 104 Survival models 2000-2004
105 Actuarial mathematics 1 2000-2004 106 Actuarial mathematics 2 2000-2004
107 Economics 2000-2004 108 Finance and financial reporting 2000-2004
109 Financial economics 2000-2004  
201 Communications 1999-2004 301 Investment and asset management 1999-2004
302 Life insurance 1999-2004 303 General insurance 1999-2004
304 Pensions and other benefits 1999-2004 305 Finance and investment 2003-2004
401 UK Fellowship Investment and asset management 1999-2004 402 UK Fellowship Life insurance 1999-2004
403 UK Fellowship General insurance 1999-2004 404 UK Fellowship Pensions 1999-2004
Advanced Certificate in Derivatives 1999-2004 Certificate in Derivatives 1999-2004

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