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Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

4.95 174 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 been working as a P&C actuary for the past 27 years. I obtained my Associate credential (ACAS) back in 1996. In addition, I have been a manager since 2004, therefore I have experience in teaching the math & insurance concepts to student actuaries. I am a retired actuary with a passion in math. I am currently teaching/tutoring math at Project Self-Sufficiency to the New Jersey Youth Corp students. So far, 100% of the students that took the math test have passed. As an Actuarial manager for over 15 years, I have trained many actuarial students in the math and actuarial fields. I tre [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.89 397 ratings

I am a credentialed actuary holding the FCAS (Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society) designation. I am also a member of the American Academy of Actuaries. In addition I taught exam preparation courses for CAMAR (Casualty Actuaries of the Mid Atlantic Region) for about 10 years. My name is Marlene and my motto is "Math is fun." You've heard that before and you may not agree but it's true. My goal is for my students to agree with this statement as well. We all learn differently and my focus is to present material in various ways to determine the best way for each student to master the mate [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

I am a graduate student majored in Actuarial Science at Columbia University. I have passed Exam P in last November with a score 9/10, Exam FM in last December with a score 9/10, and Exam MFE recently in March. I am also a teaching assistant of the course MFE this semester. I am familiar with the first three SOA exams and have fresh memories with these subjects. I am currently a graduate student majored in Actuarial Science at Columbia University. I have some experience tutoring students. I like to meet with new people a. I feel really happy if I can help students with their studies and pass ex [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$65 per hour.

4.99 193 ratings

I worked for close to three years as a pension actuary and have passed the first three exams given by the Society of Actuaries, which rigorously cover such topics as calculus, probability, interest theory, modeling, and financial derivatives. Thank you to all my students, for continually allowing me to enhance your mathematics experience, and for rating me 5 out of 5 stars every time! I've had many math professors throughout undergrad and graduate school and I've found that, although they all know what they're talking about and are all very intelligent, what makes a math teacher great is unde [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

4.3 20 ratings

I successfully completed exams 100 and 110 a number of years ago and these have been converted to credit for COURSE1 which gives me a conversion credit for exam P. Exam P is the very first exam and covers probability. So, based on the fact I have passed exams 100 and 110, and those convert to Exam P, I should be able to help people with exam P. Exam P is only the first exam in the list of requirements given by the Society of Actuaries for certification. I currently teach ESL at nights for "USA English Audiovisual School," in Plainfield, NJ. This gives me little time to tutor for Wyzant. B [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.91 23 ratings

I have worked as an actuary for the US government for 16 years. I passed all of my exams required for becoming an Associate in the Society of Actuaries. I have recently taught Actuarial Mathematics at a local college. My ultimate goal as a tutor is to help my students feel comfortable enough with their studies so that they no longer need me to help them anymore. I am an actuary with 17+ years work experience with the US government. I have taught mathematics and statistics in college, but I enjoy tutoring a lot more than teaching; I don't like having to give grades to students and would much r [more]

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