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I have 5 years of experience working as an actuary in both insurance and consulting. I am an Associate of the Society of Actuaries, meaning I have passed all the preliminary actuarial exams. Hi, I thought I'd provide some history about why I started tutoring with this website. A good portion of my part-time job income during college came from tutoring for introductory math and economics classes. After college, where I graduated with a Mathematics/Economics major, I started working as an actuary. A lot of my actuarial work included developing complex mathematical models for insurance, th [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]

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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've passed exams P/1, FM/2, and MLC. I passed P/1 with a score of 10 (highest score possible). I love math. I love teaching it. I find it intrinsically satisfying to see the light come on in a student's eyes. My first math lesson that I taught was when I was 5. My neighbor, still in diapers, kept skipping 4 when counting from 1 to 10. I worked with him until he could get all 10 numbers in a row, and match them up with his fingers. My students drastically improve under my tutelage, generally seeing a two grade level improvement (F to C, C to A, for example), and all of them get ... [more]

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