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Old 04-13-2016, 08:43 AM
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Default Changing the order

Has anyone done the CERA requirements before completing any of the GH modules or exams? I was thinking about doing this so I could study with some others at my job who are starting the CFE track.

I thought I read that on the ERM exam you get a different set of questions depending on your track and the GH track doesn't recommend you take that exam until near the end. Therefore, I am wondering if this is reasonably doable.

Thanks in advance for your advice/experience!
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Old 05-20-2016, 03:44 PM
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From what I've heard there is no harm in doing this, although I'm not sure how beneficial it would be. Either way, I am considering doing the same thing after I get my ASA.

The following is from the SOA website, specialty track recommended orders:
*ERM Module may be taken at any time, but should be taken prior to ERM exam
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