- ← Previous
- Showing 1 to 7 of 7
- Next →

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.95 237 ratings

I have a Master of Science degree in mathematics and have taken several graduate and undergraduate level courses in probability and statistics. Beside tutoring, I also have taught courses in these two subjects at a college level. Despite the fact that I can offer assistance in many subjects to students of all ages, my academic credentials and background which include two Master of Science degrees and several years of teaching experience at a college level make me more inclined to work with college and advanced high school students on science (mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology) as we [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$60 per hour.

4.7 20 ratings

I have the ASA designation and am a member of the SOA and American Academy of Actuaries. I worked as an actuary from 1974 through 2008. I am a currently a high school math teacher in the Chicago Public School system. I did my certification coursework at Northwestern University. Prior to that, I worked as an actuary for over 30 years. I believe my combination of industry work experience and now in the classroom gives me a unique view of the needs and expectations of students and their potential employers. My teaching method is to create a student who is a critical thinker, a problem solver. [more]

Will travel 7 miles

$90 per hour.

4.75 67 ratings

I worked at CNA Insurance for 1.5 years as a quantitative analyst and am familiar with actuarial reserving, survival analysis, annuities and risk assessment. In my current position, I apply statistical methods and machine learning techniques to healthcare applications of risk management and patient outcome analysis. I have tutor actuarial subjects online through Wyzant when they were requested through the math platform. My experience includes tutoring high school, college level and graduate students for over 10 years as a university teaching assistant, lecturer and private tutor. My expertise [more]

Will travel 7 miles

$60 per hour.

4.83 36 ratings

I took Exam 1/P as an undergrad and passed. Furthermore, I work as a statistician and have a Masters in Statistics. My specialty will be helping students needing to study, understand, and pass the material on Exam 1/P. To students and parents: From my experiences, I've learned how to communicate confusing and difficult mathematical concepts in multiple ways that can be understood by anyone. If something doesn't make sense to you, I can explain it in several different ways such that one of those ways does click. I've been tutoring since I was in high school, learning effective methods of tea [more]

Received BS from University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana in Actuarial Sciences. Have passed the P/1 Exam. Studying for the FM2 Exam. I always excelled in math from a young age, often times enjoying the homework that came along with it, and so I majored in Actuarial Sciences in college at University of Illinois. Recently however, I caught the fitness bug and have been personal training as well as teaching fitness classes as my career. Because of my love for math and problem solving, a friend suggested I get involved in tutoring. Since I am still starting out, I have predominantly worked with fr [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$55 per hour.

4.56 172 ratings

I have completed Course P and VEEs Corporate Finance and Regression Analysis of the Society of Actuaries. I have taught at the college level calculus sequence, linear algebra, statistics, mathematical modeling, differential equations, and engineering mathematics. I have the class notes and homework assignments for the passed courses and VEE modules. I am very familiar with theory of interest. I can go over the exams posted on the Society of Actuaries web site. I am an experienced tutor and instructor specializing in all levels of Mathematics and Statistics, middle and high school - College an [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$30 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I have a degree in mathematics from UW-Madison along with a degree in finance. I have done a lot of probability in studying for my actuarial exams and have dealt with many problems involving things such as MGFs, expected values, variances, different distributions, etc. I'm an outgoing, volleyball-loving, Mathematics/Finance graduate from UW-Madison. I think math is great (otherwise I picked the wrong major). I think it's important to have a solid foundation in math for all walks of life, even if you know you won't be majoring in math or doing any higher-level math work. I have done a lot o [more]

- ← Previous
- Showing 1 to 7 of 7
- Next →