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I have five years experience teaching undergraduate math courses as a Graduate Assistant/part-time faculty (algebra, calculus, statistics, survey of math). Four years of Microsoft Excel (Visual Basic) / Microsoft Access experience as an analyst. One more exam to complete the requirements for the Associate of the Casualty Actuarial Society credential. I also tutor and prepare students for actuarial exams (probability, statistics, construction and evaluation of actuarial models, financial economics, financial mathematics, ratemaking and reserving). I received first class honors in actuarial scie [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$50 per hour.

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I passed the P1 actuary exam with a very high score. Since then I have tutored others on the subject and I enjoy tutoring P1. In high school I took higher level math and physics as part of the International Baccalaureate Program. In college at Emory University I majored in math and minored in physics. I took two physics courses at Harvard University as well. I've passed the P and the FM actuary exams and love to tutor on FM. I have been a tutor several years and am often called on to teach long term math classes because of my strong math background. I was also a tutor at Sylvan Learning Cent [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.6 15 ratings

I graduated magna cum laude from Georgia State University with a degree in actuarial science. I am an Associate of the Society of Actuaries and worked several years as a consultant in defined benefits and also for Life of Georgia. I am a wife, a mother of three and a math tutor. I love all of these parts of my life and find joy in helping others. I always try to bring a positive attitude to the sessions. I've been thrilled to see the students I've worked with succeed in their math class, make high scores on SAT's or receive a grade they have been striving for. It's been a privilege to work wit [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

I held a bachelor's degree in Actuarial Science from University of Connecticut. I had been working in actuarial science area for over 6 years. I did pass the two Society of Actuary exams, then continued my graduate study in an actuarial program in Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. I have been a group lead to teach the new employee about the theories and the applications in actuarial science. I am an American who was born in China. I have been living in the U.S. for over 15 years. I am an experienced teacher of mathematics in seminars and classrooms to secondary school students with multicul [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 11 ratings

I have passed SOA (Society of Actuaries) Exam FM for Financial Mathematics, June 2012. I am currently preparing to sit for Exam P (Probability) projected exam date: March 18. I also prepared extensively for Exam MLC and sat for that examination in May of 2014 but unfortunately didn't pass that time. I tutored and graded all through college and found it to be rewarding. I really enjoy the "lightbulb" moment when something finally clicks (even if it's me!) I take the approach that helping my clients build confidence with a subject they struggle with tends to have a ripple effect which helps [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

4.87 425 ratings

I'm an Associate in Society of Actuaries and am an enrolled Actuary by the Department of Labor I am an Actuary by trade, so I understand how to prepare for the Actuarial exams (I completed over 20 exams), and understand actual practice of an actuary. My name is Michael and I hold a B.S degree in Mathematics and completed 28 hours of graduate work in Mathematics/Statistics at Eastern Michigan University. I am currently certified to teach all levels of middle and high school mathematics, physics, and economics. Prior to earning my B.S degree, my previous major was Engineering. The combination [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$58 per hour.

3.67 3 ratings

I have taught Probability & Statistics on a college level with applications to determine insurance rates and risks. My teaching included specific examples of relating flood insurance rates with the finished floor elevation of structures within a designated floodplain. The finished floor elevation was then compared to the base flood elevation (100-year storm event) to determine the risk. This risk is calculated using probabilities of occurrence and potential damage. The probability of a flood event was incorporated into the probability of a single, independent event occurring. Each flood e [more]

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