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Will travel 15 miles

$32 per hour.

4.97 91 ratings

My bachelor's degree from FSU is in actuarial science. In the first few years of this career field, there are a few preliminary examinations, of which I've passed the first two with an 8/10. One of my most used study methods was to explain the material to other students, or a rubber duck when people were unavailable. For those students studying for their first preliminary exams, I can be a valuable resource, especially considering I still have all the textbooks. Hi, I'm Evan! I studied actuarial science and got my bachelor's degree at FSU, and in the pursuit of a second degree I started tutori [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$70 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I just recently earned my designation as a certified actuary which consists of the VEE courses (Economics, Corporate Finance and Applied Statistical Methods), Modules 1-8 and the Preliminary Actuary exams which include P, FM, MFE, MLC and C. I'm Sara:) I just recently attained my ASA which means I am a designated actuary. I majored in Actuarial Math and have a 4.0 Major GPA. I have a strong background on all types of math, including Algebra, Trigonometry, Precal, Calculus, Financial Math, Probability and Actuarial math. I have been working as an actuary for the last 5 years. I am excited t [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$150 per hour.

4.97 37 ratings

I can help students with Probability, i.e. the first actuarial exam for both CAS and SOA. I passed this exam myself in November 2015 after studying probability at both the undergraduate (Boston University) and graduate (UC Berkeley) levels. As a statistician, I've spent hundreds of hours helping students succeed with probability, and I can help YOU succeed with the first step on your journey to becoming an actuary. Greetings! My name is Hamilton, and I help create math success stories. Anyone can call him or herself a math tutor. Only a handful of us have:?- Undergrad and graduate degrees in [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$36 per hour.

4.88 1933 ratings

I have an MS in applied mathematics and an MBA in quantitative methods, with both degrees focused on probability and statistics. I taught actuarial science to graduate students at the University of Rochester as part of a course on mathematics for management science. I taught applied statistics to graduate students at the Rochester Institute of Technology. I used actuarial science at Xerox to develop methods of product program evaluation, demand forecasting and analysis, asset life estimation, etc. I studied, used, and taught a broad array of quantitative methods applied to statistics, fin [more]

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