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Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.96 24 ratings

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 20 miles

$65 per hour.

4.94 444 ratings

I was an actuary for about 7 years. I have passed the first 4 exams of the Casualty Actuarial Society. I also have a Master's degree in mathematics. I can tutor in any one of the preliminary actuarial exams of the SOA or the CAS. I have several years of experience teaching and tutoring math and physics, mostly to high school and college students. I have taught and tutored students in courses including in Calculus I, II, and III, Differential Equations, Probability & Statistics, Linear Algebra, Physics, and Advanced Calculus. I know the SAT and ACT math tests inside and out. I know the str [more]

I have successfully passed most of the actuarial exams given by the Casualty Actuarial Society and the Society of Actuaries. I have also spent over a decade in the insurance industry as an actuarial specialist. Many actuarial students have received my tutoring and training over the years. Actuarial Science is a highly demanding field requiring extensive mathematical and insurance background I have been teaching and tutoring for 30 years and am currently a Professor of Mathematics at Middlesex College. My specialty is preparing students by focusing on maximizing test-taking skills as well a [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

4.43 28 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]

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