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If you wish to enrol in the Part I examinations you must first become a student member.
Institute candidates must not apply directly to the London Institute of Actuaries for examination entry. If candidates inadvertently complete an entry form designed for members of the London Institute of Actuaries and send it direct to the UK their application will not be accepted.
Enrolments must be received by the Institute office by the closing date stated previously, and accompanied by the appropriate fee. All on-line entries are acknowledged by the Institute by email. However, it is the candidate's responsibility to ensure that an acknowledgment is received as late entries or amendments will not be accepted under any circumstances after the closing date. Receipts for all entry fees received are issued by the Institute. After the closing date, all entry fees are then remitted to the IoA (London). The IoA (London) does not permit refunds or transfer of funds to the next exam sitting after the closing date, except in special circumstances.
Part I Enrolment
Part I enrolments for Semester 2, 2013, will commence on Monday, 1July 2013, and will close on Sunday, 28 July 2013.
Instructions for candidates
Examination Instructions can be found here.
Examination centres are available from the following link.
The current cost of sitting each exam is approximately A$535.00.
Can be purchased through ActEd Australasia and are not included in the above fees.
Approximately 2-4 weeks before the date of the first exam, candidates will receive a letter from the Institute (if sitting the exam in Sydney or Melbourne). The letter will contain the following:
- Instructions to candidates
- Advice on times and venues for the exams; (N.B. All Sydney and Melbourne exams start at 9.15 am and 2.00 pm)
- Permit letter, which must be brought into the examination room by the candidate for identification purposes.
Please note that, in Sydney and Melbourne, the Institute office acts as the exam supervisor for the London Institute of Actuaries. In all other cities and countries, a local exam supervisor is nominated by the London Institute of Actuaries.
Application for Special Arrangements
We can make special facilities available for students where necessary due to conditions such as RSI, dyslexia, long term and short term injury, etc or if students are unable to sit exams on the scheduled date due to a religious holy day.
All special arrangement applications must consist of a completed application form, an explanatory covering letter and supporting documentation such as a medical certificate, doctor’s note or letter from religious leader. All applications must be clearly titled ‘Special Arrangements and must be sent separately to any other applications (except for exam entry applications) or correspondence.
We regret that the London exam centre cannot accommodate any special arrangements.
Candidates that wish to sit at an alternative venue, which could include their own offices, because of their requirements must ensure this is stated in the application and each request will be reviewed. We regret that we are unable to provide a separate room at our standard exam centres.
Ongoing conditions: Candidates requiring special arrangements because of disability, dyslexia, RSI and long term injury must inform the Exams Team for each exam entry by providing a completed Special Arrangements application form.
Supporting documentation must be provided for new applications, such as a medical certificate or doctor’s report. Please ensure the supporting documentation is provided with the Special Arrangements application form and, in cases of dyslexia, also includes the recommendation given for extra time.
Whilst the usual closing date applies, we would ask students to submit their applications as soon as possible to allow us to set up appropriate arrangements in good time.
Applications will be kept on file and the same arrangements will be made for each subsequent entry as long as candidates indicate this is still required by submitting the Special Arrangements application form. If any changes to the current arrangements are required, candidates must inform the Exams Team and provide new supporting documentation.
The Profession reserves the right to contact those students requiring special arrangements on a periodic basis to obtain up to date medical information.
Single occasions: If special arrangements are required for a single occasion, i.e. broken hand, wrist, religious holy day etc. candidates are requested to inform us as soon as possible as we may still be able to make suitable arrangements.
The Special Arrangements application form and supporting documentation must be provided in all cases.
Please forward all applications for special arrangements directly to the following address:
Special Arrangements Administrator (Exams)
The Actuarial Profession
4 Worcester Street
Application for special arrangements is available from the following link.
Application for Refund Before Examination Entry Closing Date
Candidates who have entered using the printed form, refunds will be made once the candidate notifies the Institute of Actuaries of Australia of their intention to withdraw from the examinations before the exam entry closing date.
After the exam entry closing date no refund will be given. Application for a refund before examination is available from the following link.
Application for Refund After Examination Entry Closing Date
Candidates who require a refund after the enrolment period closes must complete the Application for an Exam Entry Refund form available on the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries website available here.
Applications will be approved by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries in the UK. From semester 1 2012, refunds will be paid to members by the Actuaries Institute based on the enrolment fee paid to the Institute, minus a processing fee of 20%.
With examination entries totalling approximately 11,000 at each examination session, we understand that some of you may sit examinations in difficult personal circumstances including:
- your own illness or that of close family members
- bereavement within your close circle of family/friends
- some other material facts
Candidates who believe that their examination performance has been affected by mitigating circumstances may notify the Exams Team if they want their circumstances in which they sat their exam taken into account when their script is being marked.
Candidates who have applied for special arrangements may not apply for mitigating circumstances for the same reason.
Applications must consist of a completed application form, an explanatory covering letter and supporting documentation such as a medical certificate or doctor’s note. All applications must be clearly titled Mitigating Circumstances and must be sent separately from any other applications or correspondence.
Examples of acceptable forms of supporting documentation are:
- Illness/injury – medical certificate or doctor’s note
- Incident/emergency – police or fire certificate
- Death of family member – death certificate or letter from employer
- Unexpected loss of job – letter from employer (termination of contract letter)
Applications must be returned using one of the following methods, within three weeks of the examination date:
If you do not receive a confirmation that we have received your application, then please contact us ASAP as late submissions will not be accepted under any circumstances.
An application for mitigating circumstance is available from the following link.
For further information on the Part I Examinations you can contact us via:
T: +61 (0) 2 9233 3466