• Exam P–Probability
  • Exam FM–Financial Mathematics
  • Exam IFM–Investment and Financial Markets
  • Exam LTAM–Long-Term Actuarial Mathematics
  • Exam STAM–Short-Term Actuarial Mathematics
  • Exam SRM-Statistics for Risk Modeling
  • Exam PA-Predictive Analytics

Frequently Asked Questions

How effective is One-on-Oneand Group online tutoring for the actuarial exams?

On-line tutoring for the actuarial exams is extremely effective, allowing students to work together with highly accomplished actuarial instructors on a shared classroom blackboard while discussing the review material simultaneously by telephone. Actuarial online tutoring offers students the convenience of receiving tutoring from the comfort of their own home at scheduled times which are convenient for them while not sacrificing tutoring effectiveness.

What are the credentials of the actuarial instructors?

The actuarial instructors of have been very carefully selected, having met very stringent requirements of knowledge of actuarial exam material to be eligible to work with students.

How personalized is group actuarial tutoring for each student in the class?

The group actuarial classes are very personalized for each student in the class. Each class is almost always restricted to 15 students or less to allow the members of the class to actively participate during class sessions.

What type of special computer equipment is required for One-on-One or Group online tutoring?

For One-on-One or Group tutoring, the student only needs a computer with Internet access and a telephone.

Can the student be at any location to receive actuarial tutoring?

Our online actuarial tutoring services allow students to receive help regardless of location within the United States or globally.

What is the turn-around time to receive solved problems from Ask the Instructor?

The turn-around time to receive the solutions to the math problems will of course be impacted by the number of problems sent. In most cases though, solutions should be sent back within 24 hours of the time we receive the problems from the student.