Exam Postponed and Application Submission Extended For ACET May 2020, Check At actuariesindia.org

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ACET May 2020 examination has been postponed by the Institute of Actuaries of India. As per the notice given on the website, the exam which was originally scheduled in May, has now been postponed to June 27, 2020. Also, the application submission date has been extended till May 29, 2020. Candidates wishing to and are yet to apply can do it by visting the official website – actuariesindia.org

Original and Revised datesheet for ACET May 2020

Events

Original dates 

Revised Dates

Commencement of Registrations


March 13, 2020

Closure of registrations

April 11, 2020 upto 3:00 PM

May 29, 2020

Date of examination

May 9, 2020 [10:00 AM to 1:00 PM]

June 27, 2020 [10:00 AM to 1:00 PM]

Date of results

May 16, 2020


July 8, 2020

Last date for student membership admission (if the student wants to appear for September 2020 examination)

NA

July 20, 2020

Steps to apply for ACET May 2020

  • Visit the link: “http://www.actuariesindia.org/ACET%20module/Acet_login.aspx
  • On the redirected page, click on “Register an Account”.
  • On the page that appears, fill in all the details and get registered.
  • Registered email id will recieve the login credentials. Login using them.
  • Complete filling the application form.
  • Upload scanned copies of signature and photograph.
  • Pay the required amount of fee.
  • Download and print a copy of ACET May 2020 application form, for future reference.

Direct link to register for ACET May 2020

Eligibility Criteria

  • Candidate must have appeared in 10+2 examination or an equivalent examination with English as one of the subjects at 10 + 2 level. 

About ACET 2020

ACET (Actuarial Common Entrance Test) is conducted by Institute of Actuaries of India since January 2012. ACET will be conducted in 24 centres across India in a single day with one slot. It is a 3 hour, 100 marks online exam containing 70 multiple choice questions with one correct answer for each question. There is no negative marking and the pass percentage is 50%

The distribution of questions are as follows:

45 Questions

1 mark each

20 Questions 

2 marks each

5 questions 

3 marks each

The allocation of marks is as follows:

Subject 

Allocation of marks

Maths 

30 marks 

Statistics 

30 marks

Data interpretation

15 marks

English 

15 marks

Logical Reasoning 

10 marks

 

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