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Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 78 ratings

I attained the status of Associate of the Society of Actuaries in 1989, and had completed about 50% of the coursework necessary to move from that designation to the status of Fellow by 1992. In that year, I left the insurance industry, so I did not complete the remaining actuarial courses, and I allowed my membership in the Society to lapse. Nonetheless, the core concepts of risk analysis, contingency mathematics, and insurance product design do not change. I have continued to apply the training in a variety of venues subsequently, including development of loan loss and capital stress testi [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$35 per hour.

4.71 31 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]

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]

I have a BS in Mathematics and my MBA with a major in Statistical Analysis. I was an Associate Instructor in Statistics at the college level while in Graduate School and taught statistics (night classes) at the college level. I also tutored incoming MBA students in math and statistics. Hi, my name is Bob and would like to help students in Math and Statistics. I have BS with a major Mathematics and a MBA with a major in Statistical Analysis. While attending graduate school I was an Associate Instructor in Statistics (sophomore college level) and I tutored incoming MBA students. I also taug [more]

I've passed exams P/1, FM/2, and MLC. I passed P/1 with a score of 10 (highest score possible). I've taught math in the classroom in Colorado. I've been tutoring since I was in high school myself. I have many different ways to approach different concepts and can probably find the best way for your needs. I've had great success teaching students everything from beginning fractions through all of high school math through Calculus and beyond. I love math and one of my life's goals is to make it more accessible to more people. Students that I've tutored in the past have usually s... [more]

Will travel 35 miles

$50 per hour.

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I am a recent graduate with a master in Actuarial Science. I have passed FM, P, MFE exams and I am able to teach interest theory, Loss Models and Mathematics of Finance or to help you prepare for the exams. As a graduate student in Electrical Engineering and Mathematics in the University of Michigan, Ann arbor, I am convinced that not only hard work but also the way of thinking matters in solving math problems. I have always been the top 5% in most of the math courses I have taken. With my great eagerness and passion, I am ready to hit the ground to let you stand out in your math class as well [more]

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