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I have 5 years of experience working as an actuary in both insurance and consulting. I am an Associate of the Society of Actuaries, meaning I have passed all the preliminary actuarial exams. Hi, I thought I'd provide some history about why I started tutoring with this website. A good portion of my part-time job income during college came from tutoring for introductory math and economics classes. After college, where I graduated with a Mathematics/Economics major, I started working as an actuary. A lot of my actuarial work included developing complex mathematical models for insurance, th [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$55 per hour.

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I am an ASA (Associate of the Society of Actuaries). I am an experienced tutor and credentialed actuary, who has passed numerous advanced math exams, with a college degree in math & statistics. I have worked as a private tutor one-on-one and in group settings for organizations, such as the Montgomery County Saturday School. Nobody will work harder for you and I always come prepared with a plan to teach the student that day's lesson. I will also leave behind personally prepared worksheets tailored for that specific lesson and homework to rein... [more]

I have passed all exams required for my ASA designation and in addition have passed Exam 5 and am studying for Exam 6. Once I am done with Exam 6, I will have my ACAS designation. I've taken courses both in person and online for the preliminary exams and feel comfortable teaching the material. I am a graduate of The Ohio State University with a degree in Actuarial Science. I currently have my ASA designation and am studying for Exam 6 to get my ACAS designation. Any of the preliminary exams I have taken I feel comfortable tutoring in. I have tutoring experience in college with math / prob [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$35 per hour.

4.73 33 ratings

I have passed three tests (probability, financial mathematics, Models for financial economics) of Society of Actuaries (SOA). I am working towards becoming an associate member of SOA. I have a Master's degree in computational finance and risk management. I have completed all the educational requirements that are necessary by SOA to become an associate member. I am a University of Washington graduate and have completed undergraduate courses in Mathematics (College Calculus/linear algebra/probability) from Louisiana State University. My experience includes tutoring students in Calculus, Algebr [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$500 per hour.

5.0 64 ratings

Academically, I have completed six classes in statistics and probability up to and including forecasting the future in Time-Series Analysis, deriving and using calculus-based probabilities in Cross-Section Analysis, and completing an honors thesis evaluating probabilities. Professionally, I have worked with statistics and probability at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors and as a quantitative finance and econometrics TA. I have also advanced to CFA Level 3 candidate and have earned 169/170 on the quantitative GRE. As a tutor, I have helped students prepare for the Society of Actuaries e [more]

I am a member of the Society Of Actuary, a Member of American Academy of Actuary and an Enrolled Actuary with over thirty years in insurance and pension areas. I have an MBA from the University of Tampa. If you are looking for math tutor, look no further! I've been teaching elementary school, middle school and high school math for over 10 years at Saturday schools and a private school and also help with preparing students for middle/high school and college entrance exams in Japan or the U.S. I am a recently retired actuary and math has always been a part of my life. Teaching is a great pas [more]

I've passed exams P/1, FM/2, and MLC. I passed P/1 with a score of 10 (highest score possible). I love math. I love teaching it. I find it intrinsically satisfying to see the light come on in a student's eyes. My first math lesson that I taught was when I was 5. My neighbor, still in diapers, kept skipping 4 when counting from 1 to 10. I worked with him until he could get all 10 numbers in a row, and match them up with his fingers. My students drastically improve under my tutelage, generally seeing a two grade level improvement (F to C, C to A, for example), and all of them get ... [more]

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