@BigPeePee Easy if you study a lot!
@gemm0104 It's been a while since I took 5 in ~ 2015, but I remember the source material being very good - isn't there 1 or 2 main "textbooks" that cover almost the whole syllabus? I can't say if TIA or Bedford is better, but whatever you choose - make sure to read the source material along with it. This is what the exam writers use to create their questions. When I was taking exams I would use TIA (or something like it) as a quick first pass through the material, but it was never sufficient for me to really understand things. The most valuable part is the practice tests/questions. The source material on Exam 5 is written to be exactly what you need to know for the test - and it's arguably the most important exam in terms of being an actuary, and the source material is comprehensive.