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Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

4.96 169 ratings

I have passed actuary exams P/1, FM/2, MLC, and MFE. I also received credit for VEE Economics and VEE Corporate Finance (part of the SOA Actuary track). I am highly proficient in probability and statistics, which are tested in great detail in actuarial science. I also have tutored in material covered on exam P/1 and exam FM/2. Samuel Hi, I have a BA in Mathematics from New York University. I have extensive experience in tutoring, and my approach is to create a strong foundation in whatever area of math I tutor, allowing each student to fully grasp the material and excel. This method [more]

I have done a degree in Mathematical sciences and Actuarial Sciences. I am currently teaching in the actuarial department of a large P&C insurance company in DFW. I have multiple years teaching experience in teaching this subject. I love teaching actuarial science to students using lots of examples. I ensure students find the subject as a passion not just a subject to pass My name is Corey, I would be humbled to offer you great experience. Students and parents, I have been tutoring Computer science and Engineering related subjects. My major in college was Computer science and later on two Mas [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$75 per hour.

4.9 48 ratings

As part of my education, I've taken courses in probability and finance. Additionally, I have sat for and passed SOA Exam 1/P (in November 2014) and Exam 2/FM (August 2016). I don't have experience with the other exams, but I will, as I am pursuing a designation with the Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS). I am currently studying to take MFE in November. Thanks for reading my profile and considering me for your tutor! I am an experienced math tutor newly moved to the White Plains area, but I work in the Financial District. I recently completed my Bachelor of Arts in computer science and my Bachel [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

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I have been a full time student in actuarial science master student at Columbia for more than a year. I have passed Exam P, FM, MFE, and C already. Just took MLC this October. Before graduate school, I have been studying mathematics and statistics. So I'm pretty confident about my math and stats background as well as actuarial related materials. I graduated last year with two bachelor degrees in mathematics and statistics respectively. I am a native Chinese, fluent in English, and also have basic knowledge in Italian and Japanese. I used to tutor teenage students with their math a couple o [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

4.94 387 ratings

I was an actuary for about 7 years. I have passed the first 4 exams of the Casualty Actuarial Society. I also have a Master's degree in mathematics. I can tutor in any one of the preliminary actuarial exams of the SOA or the CAS. I have several years of experience teaching and tutoring math and physics, mostly to high school and college students. I have taught and tutored students in courses including in Calculus I, II, and III, Differential Equations, Probability & Statistics, Linear Algebra, Physics, and Advanced Calculus. I know the SAT and ACT math tests inside and out. I know the str [more]

I have worked for a year as an actuarial analyst in the commercial auto line. I have passed three exams, P/1, FM/2, and MFE/3F. My scores on those exams were 7, 6, and 8 respectively. I have an aerospace engineering degree and tutored physics a bit in college. Since then, I have worked 10 years as an engineer and have earned my Professional Engineer certification. I received an A in Physics and AP Physics in high school, got a 5 (the highest score) on both parts of the Physics C AP Exam, 800 on the Physics SAT II exam, and an A in Modern Physics in college (my high school work exempted me [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$150 per hour.

4.98 58 ratings

Actuarial science has two parts: 1) statistics, 2) finance/business. I have both the degree and the experience to prove my credential. For statistics, I have a master of statistics degree from UCLA. I have more than 20 years of experience dealing with statistical analysis and also 2 years of direct teaching experience. For finance/business, I have an MBA degree from UCLA. I have also tutored marketing and finance. I am familiar with financial modeling and the NPV calculation, bond pricing, and interest rate calculation. In summary, I have the full credential to teach actuarial science. [more]

I am a Associate of the Society of Actuaries having passed the first 5 exams. I also passed (what at the time was) the 7th exam which qualified me for being an Enrolled Actuary. This meant that I was authorized to sign schedule C of the 5500 form for the IRS filings for Pension Plans as well as use actuarial science to perform valuations on Pension Plans. Hi, while I haven't been tutoring for money since College, I have helped a number of students when asked by parents and friends to get over the rough spots in their education. Often there are topics that just don't make sense to a student [more]

I have successfully passed most of the actuarial exams given by the Casualty Actuarial Society and the Society of Actuaries. I have also spent over a decade in the insurance industry as an actuarial specialist. Many actuarial students have received my tutoring and training over the years. Actuarial Science is a highly demanding field requiring extensive mathematical and insurance background I have been teaching and tutoring for 30 years and am currently a Professor of Mathematics at Middlesex College. My specialty is preparing students by focusing on maximizing test-taking skills as well a [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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I have cleared the following exams from the SOA: Exam FM Exam P Exam MLE Exam MFE Exam C My love of teaching has developed from educating students various courses like Actuarial Sciences, Calculus, Algebra, etc. It is the satisfaction of guiding students towards their goals that keeps me going. I believe in using my maximum potential to make sure that my students are well learned. I have had personal training sessions, and majority of my students have cleared their exams. In my group classes of 20+ students at Rutgers, I make sure my students don't fall behind or get overwhelmed... [more]

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