IAI reveals little about this except the fact that there is a system of sectional cut-off and negative marking in place. This means, you have to score the pass marks or more in each section individually. So, one may score 100% in Maths and Stats and may still fail in ACET if they fail to get the required pass marks in English
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we at inflexion point, do it in two stages. First, you need to master the concepts with total command that will help you throughout your Actuarial Career. Second, you need to practice in an MCQ environment to save precious time. You are given topic-wise and unit-wise assignments and test to practice your skills.
we at inflexion point, ensure that you develop the right approach for all statistical concepts and come out a winner at all stages of your actuarial career. First, we deliver ‘Concept Clarity’ and then ensure that you have seen and practiced enough MCQs before you actually face your ACET.
we at inflexion point, work hard to ensure that any wrinkles in your command over the English language are ironed out with élan. Instead of merely being put through practice exercises, you are also taught the right grammar and the usage before you are given an exercise to practice.
we at inflexion point, take advantage of this section to work upon the mental biases and logical flaws in your thinking to ensure a cogent and coherent thinking mind that proves to be an asset throughout your professional career .
we at inflexion point, ensure that you develop the most appropriate sense of data. As professional actuaries, you will have a lot to do with data. So, you need to be aware of the dangers of over-reading or not fully analysing the data. Through a set of well-designed exercises, you are equipped to interpret data presented in any form – be it tabular, graphical or diagrammatic