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Thread: Fastest Way for VEE Credit

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    Fastest Way for VEE Credit

    I graduated from college without taken any of the courses required for VEE credit. I'm now trying to find the quickest route to get VEE credit. Does anyone know of a quick/easy exam to take or an online college course?

    Thanks.

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    actex does an online course for corporate finance. It's relatively cheap too.
    Google Actex corporate finance and it will come up

    1/3 done

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    NEAS is the best and easiest way. One of my co-workers studied for literally 2 days and passed with 90%, though he is probably smarter than the average actuary so your results may vary.

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    NEAS is also pretty cheap, I just went on their website, and I'm probably going to take 2 of their VEE credit classes.

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    Neas vee

    So is this the best way then? I too took none of the approved courses in college I did all theoretical math. Also does it matter where I am located at since NEAS is new england?

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    Have you looked on their website?

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    As for NEAS, I see they claim it has to have ASA ,FSA or CFA,etc. to proctor the final exam but if I don't know one who is ASA,FSA,... and I'm just a student. How can I find the one :Confused:
    Last edited by COMICS; August 20th 2010 at 03:14 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by COMICS View Post
    As for NEAS, I see they claim it has to have ASA ,FSA or CFA,etc. to protect the final exam but if I don't know one who is ASA,FSA,... and I'm just a student. How can I find the one :Confused:
    Normally if you aren't taking these classes in college, you are working at an actuarial firm so you'd get someone in the office to proctor you.

    If neither apply to you, contact whoever proctors your actuarial exams and ask them.

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    CLEP for VEE Economics is the Cheapest and Easiest!

    I'm planning to take CPCU 540 for VEE Corporate Finance.

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    What order?

    What order should I take the VEE courses in? Does it matter?

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