Need some advice. My son thinks he can pass the Probably exam without studying. I think he needs to put in a lot of work. He is scheduled to take the test in mid January.

Background:

He is currently a junior at a large midwest university majoring in Math and Economics with a 3.85 gpa. He has completed the following math courses. Calc II honors, Applied Math Stats, Linear Algebra, Vector calc honors, Apl Diff Equations, Intermediate Analysis, and Probability Theory. Along with honors Micro and Macro econ.

He looked at the sample questions on SOA and said "No Problem. We did that stuff early on in my Probability class".

He's a smart kid but kind of lazy. Scored a 36 on his ACT without any preparation.

Is he kidding himself? With his background can he walk in and pass the test without studying?

Thanks for your help!

Background:

He is currently a junior at a large midwest university majoring in Math and Economics with a 3.85 gpa. He has completed the following math courses. Calc II honors, Applied Math Stats, Linear Algebra, Vector calc honors, Apl Diff Equations, Intermediate Analysis, and Probability Theory. Along with honors Micro and Macro econ.

He looked at the sample questions on SOA and said "No Problem. We did that stuff early on in my Probability class".

He's a smart kid but kind of lazy. Scored a 36 on his ACT without any preparation.

Is he kidding himself? With his background can he walk in and pass the test without studying?

Thanks for your help!

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