ACET September 2019 result declared; 48 percent candidates fail to qualify

ACET September 2019 result declared; 48 percent candidates fail to qualify
Ridhi.Khurana | Sep 23, 2019 - 11:04 a.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, September 23- The Institute of Actuaries of India (IAI) has announced the result for Actuarial Common Entrance Test (ACET) held on September 14, 2019. A total of 51.71% candidates qualified the examination. Kumar Animesh scored the highest marks in ACET examination, and thus, became the topper for September 2019 session. However, because IAI does not disclose the marks obtained by the candidates in this entrance exam, the exact score obtained can not be provided here. IAI announced the ACET result for September 2019 session in online mode on September 21 which was earlier scheduled to be out on October 3, 2019.

The ACET 2019 result has been declared in online mode which can be accessed by candidates login at A list of candidates who passed the exam has also been shared by the concerned authorities. This list contains candidate ID, name of candidates and their passing status. The list contains the name of toppers and the 560 candidates who passed the examination. It also contains the result data for ACET September 2019.

Highlights of ACET Result September 2019:

  • Total number of candidates appeared in ACET September 2019: 1083 candidates

  • Total candidates passed: 560 candidates

  • Topper for the session: Kumar Animesh

  • Pass Percentage for ACET September 2019: 51.71%

  • However, this pass percentage is highest as compared to previous 8 sessions of ACET, still 48% of candidates failed to qualify the exam.

The candidates who passed this entrance exam are eligible to apply for membership of the Institute and continue with further studies in Actuarial Science. It may be noted that those who did not pass in this session do not need to wait for another 8-9 months. The reason is that from now on, IAI is going to conduct ACET exam thrice a year. Thus, the following session will be conducted in January, 2020.

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