CAS Exam 5: October 23, 2023 - October 30, 2023
Achieving a passing score, due to the unpredictability of the CAS Effective Pass Ratio.
CAS Effective Pass Ratios:
Fall 2022: 36.8%
Spring 2022: 40.6%
Fall 2021: 33.6%
Spring 2021: 50.9%
Study Materials in Spreadsheet format
Now that the CAS is administering its exams in a computer based testing environment with Pearson VUE, you MUST
prepare by working in a similar environment, (i.e. MS EXCEL).
To pass CAS Exam 5, you'll need to focus on articles most likely to be examined and work on questions in Excel on a consistent basis.
Further, your ability to comprehend the material is a function of:
How well the syllabus readings are summarized
How quickly you can focus on the key material to be examined.
To that end, you'll find our study manuals to be comprehensive and our study guides to keep you on track. We'll also advise you on what articles are more likely to be examined based on the Fall 2019 and prior exams.
For most, success is contingent upon adhering to a 300+ hour time management schedule and working and completing hundreds of questions in Excel. Your commitment to both will produce the confidence and competence you need prior to taking the May exam.
Make a commitment to using our program over the course of your study, and you'll be working close to 400 past CAS questions in Excel and deepening your knowledge of the material through study of over 1200 instructional solutions and guidance from 350 Examiner Reports.
You'll learn how to develop sufficient and efficient full credit solutions.
Finally, you'll have access to three syllabus section based Preparatory Tests and One Overall Practice Exam, comprising 73 questions totaling over 250 points in spreadsheet format.
Click here to see how our questions and solutions were designed.
Solutions to past CAS questions are hosted on Google Drive and are view only. To view the Solutions in Google Sheets you must have a Gmail account.
If you do not have one, the sign up process is simple.
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Click the Free Preview button to download sample materials from this course.