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Recent student news from the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries

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Student survey The 2016 Student Survey was conducted between May and June, and we are now able to share more information with you about the answers that were given, and what we have, and will be, doing about them. Read the feedback on the 2016 survey
We have also now opened our 2017 Student Survey and would welcome your feedback on the recent exam sessions so that we can look to enhance your exam experience.
CP3 Communication Practice More information is now available about the new format CP3 exam (which replaces CA3) which will be introduced from September 2017. (May 2017)
Read more about CP3
Personal and Professional Development (PPD) More information is now available about the new Personal and Professional Development (PPD) replacing work-based skills, which will be introduced from September 2017. (May 2017)
Read more about PPD
Assessment appeals update The assessment appeals policy and procedure has been updated (May 2017)
Read more about the appeals policy
Curriculum 2019 Details of the full actuarial curriculum for 2019 are now available. Please take the time to read this carefully and see how it will affect you. (October 2016)
Read more about the 2019 Curriculum
Reading time for the exams All subjects now have 15 minutes reading time at the start, for you to read the paper and plan your exam. (August 2016)
Read more about how to use this time
Resolving your education queries If you are not happy with a response from one of the education teams a complaints process is available to help you deal with an issue as quickly as possible. We hope you won’t have to use it but understand there may be times we do not meet your expectations. (April 2016)
Read more about this process

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