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Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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I passed the first three actuarial exams (P, FM, MFE) in the last two years. Tutored FM for a year. Currently using this knowledge toward my job as a pension actuary. I am a recent college grad working as an actuary. I have passed three actuarial exams and have a degree in mathematics from Binghamton. As a senior in college I tutored students for an actuarial exam, so I have experience communicating intricate concepts. At the same time I was a volunteer for the nearby high school, so I am also skilled at explaining the subject at the pre-college level. I am very personable and enjoy teaching t [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$89 per hour.

4.94 430 ratings

I have a Masters Degree in Applied Math & Statistics. I taught the undergraduate course in Probability & Statistics at Stony Brook University (AMS 310) seven times between 2005 and 2008. I passed the first actuarial exam with a perfect 10. I am a former Wall Street quant with degrees in Math, Computer Science and Finance. I have been tutoring since my days on the Math Team at Stuyvesant HS. I was a high school teacher for a brief time and, more recently, I taught Probability and Statistics at Stony Brook University for a few years, where I received the President's Award for Excellence in Tea [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$45 per hour.

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I passed two actuarial exams(P and FM). I got a B.S. degree in actuarial math with GPA 3.78 and I was grader for one actuarial math class for one year. My name is Yuwei and I was graduated from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities with a B.S. degree in mathematics with actuarial science specialization. During my study at the University of Minnesota, I was a hard working student, so I was able to achieve the high distinction upon my graduation. Besides that, I had several tutoring experiences at university because I love to help students to solve problems. I was a math tutor at College Tow [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

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I am an FSA with over 30 years of actuarial experience. I have worked in pricing, product development, asset/liability matching, investments, financial reporting and system conversions. I am an FSA with over 30 years of actuarial experience in life insurance. I have worked in pricing, product development, asset/liability matching, investments, financial reporting and system conversions. I have a strong academic background and have continued to learn the latest actuarial techniques. I'm a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries.... [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$55 per hour.

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I passed the 10 exam sequence to obtain certification as an FCAS in the Casualty Actuarial Society. These exams included subjects not only in math but advance techniques to modeling, and application of math in the financial and insurance business environments. Hello, I am Carleton. I graduated from university with a double major in Mathematics and Economics. I took enough math courses to nearly graduated with a Masters in that subject. So I really know my math. Throughout school (elementary to university) I liked math and was very good at it. Not only was I able to do the steps to solve [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$125 per hour.

4.94 308 ratings

Over the past 6 years, I have been successfully tutoring students in the early Society of Actuary and Casualty Actuarial examinations. I am close to reaching Associate status with the SOA. Current students are taking Exam S for the CAS. Most students find that passing P1 and FM are sufficient to gain an actuarial trainee position by which time their education is fully funded. I can advise on getting that coveted first actuarial job. I also tutor candidates for the VEE portion - Corporate Finance, Economics and Linear Regression. I can also help you get up to speed in the necessary calculus [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$150 per hour.

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Actuarial science has two parts: 1) statistics, 2) finance/business. I have both the degree and the experience to prove my credential. For statistics, I have a master of statistics degree from UCLA. I have more than 20 years of experience dealing with statistical analysis and also 2 years of direct teaching experience. For finance/business, I have an MBA degree from UCLA. I have also tutored marketing and finance. I am familiar with financial modeling and the NPV calculation, bond pricing, and interest rate calculation. In summary, I have the full credential to teach actuarial science. [more]

I have worked for a year as an actuarial analyst in the commercial auto line. I have passed three exams, P/1, FM/2, and MFE/3F. My scores on those exams were 7, 6, and 8 respectively. I have an aerospace engineering degree and tutored physics a bit in college. Since then, I have worked 10 years as an engineer and have earned my Professional Engineer certification. I received an A in Physics and AP Physics in high school, got a 5 (the highest score) on both parts of the Physics C AP Exam, 800 on the Physics SAT II exam, and an A in Modern Physics in college (my high school work exempted me [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. I am fl [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

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At Stuyvesant, I took Actuarial Mathematics and received high marks. The class was in preparation for taking the Society of Actuaries Probability Exam (SOA Exam P). I worked with fellow students in the class to help them prepare for the exam. Hello! My name is Gen, and I'm an undergraduate student in the Coordinated Engineering Program at Brooklyn College & NYU. I attended Stuyvesant High School, which is when I discovered my love of math. In high school, I served as a teacher's assistant for a math research class. I enjoyed helping underclassmen with their research papers for the Greater New [more]

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