3 Actuarial Science Tutors Found Near Wilmington, NC



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Kymberly R.

Actuarial Science Tutor

Catawba, NC 28609

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Math Instructor

I have recently completed 4 courses at UNCC in preparation of Exams P and FM. I will be taking both exams this summer. I have 9 years experience teaching High School Mathematics. My classes taught include Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Advanced Functions & Modeling, and Mindset. I have 300+ hours of continuing education (Classroom Technology, Advanced Math, Best Classroom Practices, Modeling Math in the Real World, etc.). I am Advisor of the Math Club and attend NCCTM Math Conferences annually. You may contact me through WyzAnt.... [more]


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Greg N.

Actuarial Science Tutor

Charlotte, NC 28206

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 11 ratings

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"That Math Guy!"

I have passed SOA (Society of Actuaries) Exam FM for Financial Mathematics, June 2012. I am currently preparing to sit for Exam P (Probability) projected exam date: March 18. I also prepared extensively for Exam MLC and sat for that examination in May of 2014 but unfortunately didn't pass that time. I tutored and graded all through college and found it to be rewarding. I really enjoy the "lightbulb" moment when something finally clicks (even if it's me!) I take the approach that helping my clients build confidence with a subject they struggle with tends to have a ripple effect which helps [more]


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Charles B.

Actuarial Science Tutor

Columbia, SC 29212

Will travel 30 miles

$58 per hour.

3.67 3 ratings

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Engineer, Mathematician, & Physicist

I have taught Probability & Statistics on a college level with applications to determine insurance rates and risks. My teaching included specific examples of relating flood insurance rates with the finished floor elevation of structures within a designated floodplain. The finished floor elevation was then compared to the base flood elevation (100-year storm event) to determine the risk. This risk is calculated using probabilities of occurrence and potential damage. The probability of a flood event was incorporated into the probability of a single, independent event occurring. Each flood e [more]