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    I heard that the best thing a college student can do before he/she gets a job is to pass the first four exams, only, meaning that having more than the first four would not be a plus because of lack of experience. And also that the higher exams are easier in that one learns a lot of the material on the job. How true is this?

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    Originally posted by bork
    I heard that the best thing a college student can do before he/she gets a job is to pass the first four exams, only, meaning that having more than the first four would not be a plus because of lack of experience. And also that the higher exams are easier in that one learns a lot of the material on the job. How true is this?
    It is true, to an extent, that it's not advantageous for a candidate to have an imbalance between exams and work experience. You can't expect to have an ASA-level salary if you happen to pass the first 6 exams in college and get your credential before your bachelor's degree.

    It is also true that for Course 5, it would be easier with a little more experience in certain fields. If you worked in health or pensions, you would have an easier time with those parts of the syllabus. However, we're now moving into the Modules, so it'll be a little different as to how the system will be handled.

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