Volunteers Needed for MAS Exams
The new Modern Actuarial Statistics I committee is in need of volunteers. The committee will meet twice a year (late April/early May and late October/early November) to review questions, compile the next exam and conduct the pass mark panel. The meetings are generally 1½ to 2½ days in various cities. Each committee member is expected to write about 10 multiple choice questions for each meeting and to review the questions written by others. No grading is required. The CAS covers travel expenses.
There is also a need for consultants for both MAS I and MAS II. Consultants will be asked to work through the first draft of the exam. No travel is required, but volunteers will be expected to be familiar with the entire syllabus and be capable of working through the entire exam without the solutions.
Volunteers must be Fellows or long-term Associates (those who have not taken an exam in the last 3 years and are not planning to take an exam in the next 3 years). Prior familiarity with the material on the syllabus is not required, if you are willing to devote the time required to master that material.
If you are interested, please contact Shelby Wolff at email@example.com.