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Thread: Fastest Way for VEE Credit

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    No it doesn't. Just start with what you feel most comfortable with, or get them all done at once, if you have the time, that way you'll get rid of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ansileran View Post
    No it doesn't. Just start with what you feel most comfortable with, or get them all done at once, if you have the time, that way you'll get rid of them.
    If I'm reading this right, are you suggesting that it's possible to do all the NEAS VEE seminars at the same time?

    I'm considering doing this for the next session but I was wondering if it would be too much of a work load. I'd like to get VEE out of the way but I don't want to get over-ambitious either. I'm currently working full time at a job that isn't actuarial, and therefore doesn't give me study time, but I can dedicate a few hours most nights during the work week, plus most weekends.

    I've studied for multiple actuarial exams before (I've passed 3 in the past year, hopefully passing the 4th tomorrow), so I was figuring that I'd be able to handle multiple seminars, let me know if I would be making a mistake by trying to do them all at once.

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    I think if you have to choose one, Statistics is the best because it is the biggest hassle to fulfill later. Like Mathrix says, CLEP Economics and CPCU 540 are a very painless and homeworkless way to take care of the other two.

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    Hi, Did you take CLEP for VEE Economics? If so, Could you tell me which textbook you use? I don't know which text book I should buy?

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    Cracking the AP Economics Macro & Micro Exams. Princeton Review.

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    Thanks, that's very helpful information.

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