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FM/2 Exam Review Online 2-Day Class

Join us for a live online 2-day intensive class which will include review of FM/2 syllabus material and exam problem solving techniques, strategies and shortcuts to provide students with a competitive advantage in their final preparation for the exam.

Scope of class

  • Interest measures and their relationships
  • Annuities
  • Loans
  • Bonds and Stocks
  • Yield measures
  • Yield curve
  • Sensitivity measures and Immunization
  • Interest Rate Swaps


Online Class

Date and Time:

2/10/2018 & 2/11/2018
11:00AM – 2:00PM EST

Registration Fee:


Format of Class:

The FM/2 Review 2-Day Class will be held in a live virtual class setting using Webex software. The instructor will lead students in reviewing FM/2 exam material on a shared online classroom blackboard while the entire class is connected in a classroom conference call. Class size will be kept to a minimum to allow students to receive personal attention from the instructor. Students are encouraged to ask questions during this 2-day class.

Instructor Bio

Dr. Geoffrey Apel received his Ph.D. in 2005 from Northern Illinois University in the area of Computational Number Theory. He also received his MS in Pure Math from the same institution as well as his BS in Mathematics and BS in Computer Science from Millikin University. Since 2003, he has been teaching a full range of mathematics courses, both graduate and undergraduate, at Aurora University in Aurora, Illinois. During his tenure there, he helped develop their Actuarial Science Program. Dr. Apel specializes in the instruction of the P/1, FM/2, and MFE exams. His students and colleagues have described him as being energetic, compassionate, and approachable.

How ActuaryExamTutor.com Can Help

ActuaryExamTutor.com is the stand alone actuarial division of the parent company, InteractiveMathTutor.com, which was founded in 1999. We dedicate tremendous time and effort into recruiting top actuarial instructors who have the knowledge, ability, and experience to effectively help students pass the P, FM, MFE, MLC, and C examinations.