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Will travel 15 miles

$32 per hour.

4.96 72 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 7 miles

$30 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

In school I passed my Financial Mathematics class with an A+. This course was meant to teach the material on the SOA FM Exam. I have now passed the FM Exam and know this material extremely well. Often considered the most daunting subject due to the large number of variables, formulas, and concepts, I?ve seen many students become overwhelmed with the subject of mathematics. I believe that under the right conditions any student can achieve success in the subject. I was an AP Scholar in High School and received the highest score possible on both of my AP Calculus exams. I now attend Florida Stat [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$25 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I took coursework at the University of Maryland at College Park in actuarial science. I passed the SOA/CAS Exam 1/P in probability and statistics, and I'm currently preparing to take Exam 2/FM in financial mathematics. Hello, My name is Jared T. I went to the United States Naval Academy for two years, then transferred to the University of Maryland at College Park where I earned a Bachelor's of Arts in economics and statistics. I am currently studying to take the Society of Actuaries Exam in Financial Mathematics to start a career in the actuarial sciences. I have already passed the Society [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.92 12 ratings

I have a master's degree in applied math. Part of my course work included actuarial mathematics of which I scored an A. My math teaching experience includes Algebra I/II, Geometry, Statistics, Precalculus, Calculus, ACT/SAT math prep. and all college math courses. My employment background includes licensed high school math teacher, full time college math professor, and university math instructor. My education includes BS, MS applied math and Master's degree in education. With 10 years of teaching and tutoring experience, I address all learning styles, making math easily understood w [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$120 per hour.

4.97 35 ratings

I can help you pass Probability, i.e. the first actuarial exam for both CAS and SOA. I passed this exam myself in November 2015 after studying probability at the undergraduate level (Boston University) and graduate level (UC Berkeley). As a statistician, I've spent hundreds of hours helping students succeed with probability. 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: - Undergraduate and graduate degrees in math - Teaching experience at a top university - Thousands of hours of tutoring experience - A love [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$60 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I have a University degree with BS in Mathematics and actuarial statistics. I am qualified to teach actuarial science in order to determine risk in the fields of insurance, finance and other professions. I am a holder of BS, MCP, MSE, IEEE and University degrees with double major in MATH and Electron Physics from Roosevelt University of Chicago and have completed 26 credit-hour postgraduate work in Mathematics, Electron Physics and Electronics at Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. I have received an official Status of Eligibility to teach Mathematics (grades 5-9) and (grades 6-12) [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$36 per hour.

4.9 1736 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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