3 Actuarial Science Tutors Found Near Pasadena, TX

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Matthias H.

Actuarial Science Tutor

Houston, TX 77063

Will travel 20 miles

$64 per hour.

4.81 136 ratings

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Math and Statistics Tutor

I have taken several German actuarial exams and had classes in probability theory and risk management and taught grad classes about financial optimization. I can help you prepare for any actuarial exam. I studied mathematics with minor subjects economics and computer science in Germany up to the Diploma degree, which is equivalent to a master's degree, before I started working on my dissertation in number theory. I offer tutoring in various levels and subjects of math, including statistics and applied mathematics. Tutoring is possible up to grad school level and in German and English. I worke [more]

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Nicholas D.

Actuarial Science Tutor

Corpus Christi, TX 78414

Will travel 15 miles

$60 per hour.

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High school and college tutor for math and econ.

During my undergraduate studies, I passed Actuarial Exams 1/P and 2/FM. I then worked at the consulting firm, Milliman, for 3 years as an economic research analyst. I began tutoring mathematics in high school as a member of Mu Alpha Theta (the US mathematics honors society) and NHS (National Honors Society). After high school I attended Rutgers University, where I completed a double major in math and economics at Rutgers University with a certificate in quantitative economics. From there I worked in economic consulting in NYC for 3 years. It was during that time that I realized my true passion [more]

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Ellen M.

Actuarial Science Tutor

Houston, TX 77058

Will travel 0 miles

$60 per hour.

4.95 677 ratings

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NASA Math/Physics Tutor - 20 Years Experience

I spent 3 years as an actuary for KPMG before deciding that I would prefer to come back to the NASA community, serving both in the Life office and in Data Analytics/Predictive Modeling under Property and Casualty and making it through four exams. I have traveled extensively as an actuarial consultant, working with many large, household clients, and have considerable tutoring experience in the math fields required even outside of actuarial science, so it is relatively simple to combine the two. I am still in contact with many of my colleagues as well, so while I suspect the bulk of WyzAnt stu [more]