Exam MAS-I  

Modern Actuarial Statistics I
  • Average
    Pass Rate
  • Sponsoring SocietyCAS
  • Dates ActiveMay 2018 - Present
  • Sittings to Date1
  • Attempts per Sitting500
  • Total Passes/Attempts229 / 500
  • Highest Pass Rate45.8% May-18
  • Lowest Pass Rate45.8% May-18
  • Effective Pass Rate50.3%
  • Std Dev of Pass Raten/a
 
#SITTING_IDEXAM_IDDATE_PASSEDNUM_WROTEEFF_NUM_WROTENUM_PASSEDPASS_RATEEFF_PASS_RATEPASS_MARKDATE_ADDEDCUMULATIVE_AVERAGEDISPLAY_DATE
11121775/1/2018 12:00:00 AM50045522945.850.3 7/20/2018 12:00:00 AM45.8May-2018


Distribution of Travel Times to Designations


ACAS
 

FCAS
 

Exam MAS-I

Exam Sitting  all sittings

XAXISSHORT_NAMECATEGORYBUBBLE_CHART_GROUPCHOSEN_EXAM_IDCHOSEN_SITTING_IDEXAM_IDBEFORE_NUM_PEOPLEBEFORE_YEARS_DIFFSAME_NUM_PEOPLESAME_YEARS_DIFFAFTER_NUM_PEOPLEAFTER_YEARS_DIFFTOTAL_NUM_PEOPLETOTAL_YEARS_DIFFBUBBLE_CHART_COLOR
1PSOA Preliminary Exam177 59145-3.4400.0000.00145-3.443366cc
2FMSOA Preliminary Exam177 41142-3.1900.0000.00142-3.193366cc
3MFESOA Preliminary Exam177 55137-2.0100.0000.00137-2.013366cc
4MLCSOA Preliminary Exam177 5624-2.8200.0000.0024-2.823366cc
5CSOA Preliminary Exam177 17121-1.4500.0030.08124-1.423366cc
6LCCAS Preliminary Exam277 541-4.0000.0000.001-4.00dc3912
7STCAS Preliminary Exam277 683-3.6700.0000.003-3.67dc3912
8MAS-ICAS Preliminary Exam277 7700.002200.0000.002200.00dc3912
9OC1CAS Preliminary Exam277 5734-1.0100.0030.0837-0.92dc3912
10OC2CAS Preliminary Exam277 5810-0.9100.0010.0811-0.82dc3912
115CAS Preliminary Exam277 321-1.4220.0000.0023-1.30dc3912
126-CanadaCAS Preliminary Exam277 71-0.5800.0000.001-0.58dc3912
136-U.S.CAS Preliminary Exam277 84-1.0400.0000.004-1.04dc3912
14ASASOA Designation377 705-0.3000.0010.086-0.23ff9900
157CAS Fellowship Exam477 91-1.0030.0000.004-0.25109618
168CAS Fellowship Exam477 124-0.8300.0000.004-0.83109618
179CAS Fellowship Exam477 1300.0010.0000.0010.00109618

Number of Years (Before)/After Passing Exam MAS-I
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Note on the travel time information above:
The histograms and the above two charts (near) exclude duplicate names and include changed names. Excluding duplicate names is necessary since travel time information related to them is unreliable and nonsensical- for instance, passing exam P three years before receiving a designation.

Including changed names has an impact on the relative number of people who passed other exams vs. the given exam. Their inclusion will lower this ratio since changed names will not properly link between previous/future exam passes. However, including changed names will not affect the average travel times, since travel times of changed names are not necessarily different than those of unchanged names.

For exam MAS-I on all sittings, there were 9 duplicate names, 87 changed names, and 5 duplicate and changed names.