ACET 2021: IAI releases student guide for ACET home-based online exam

The Institute of Actuaries of India has released a student guide which consists of preparatory guidelines for ACET 2021 home-based online examination. Check details here.

ACET 2021: IAI releases student guide for ACET home-based online exam
Team Careers360 | Dec 31, 2020 - 4:55 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The Institute of Actuaries of India (IAI) has released the student guide for ACET 2021. The ACET 2021 will be conducted in a home-based online mode on January 9, 2021. Candidates can refer to the student guide for all the necessary information required before appearing for the ACET 2021 exam. The student guide is available on the IAI official website -

Click here to read the complete ACET student guide.

Candidates can check the ACET 2021 important dates on the given link.

Pre-exam guidelines

  • Use your registered email id and number throughout the examination process.

  • Candidates will receive the exam related information on ACET login 5 days before the exam.

  • Candidates can check their exam-related queries on ACET FAQs

  • Candidates should make sure that they meet the technical requirements related to hardware and software.

  • Candidates should check their system before the final examination.

Exam day guidelines

  • Go through all the dos and don’ts before giving the examination.

  • Use only approved scientific calculators.

  • Do not carry any electronic devices in the exam hall.

  • Ensure there is enough lighting on your face while giving the exam.

  • You might be asked for a 360-degree view of your exam surroundings.

  • Candidates can click on the given link to check out the demo video on starting the examination.

Post-exam day guidelines

  • Submit the survey sent by IAI on email. It will be available for 24 hours after the end of the exam.

  • In case the candidate faced any issues during the examination, they can email Ms Gauri Kothari at

  • Only the queries that are received within 2 days of the examination i.e by 11th January 2020 will be addressed by the institute.

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