Learn from your Peers!
Looking for a way to meet your peers, receive help on homework, or just need a quiet place to study? The Actuarial Science Club’s new Study Group Program will provide you with the resources you need to pass your classes and actuarial exams with flying colors!
Class Study Groups
Fill out the form below and provide your name, contact information, and classes that you are taking this semester. ASC will post a spreadsheet providing your peers’ contact information (and add you to a class “GroupMe” for easier communication). You can use this information to easily contact your classmates to form study groups, ask questions regarding assignments, etc.
Class Study Group Form: https://goo.gl/forms/V7WrPNEJnetpKZF83
Actuarial Exam Study Groups
Come study for actuarial exams with your peers and/or have any exam-related questions answered by one of our Exam Mentors! The study group will meet weekly starting on October 17.
When: Mondays and Wednesdays 6-7:50pm
Where: Gregory Hall Room 311
Link to exam mentor schedule: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Ufav7KQLKIwOQd5IlZbq2kN_iThYzPkvPXTr3X2bANk/edit?usp=sharing
Meet you Exam Mentors
Hanqing Wang (Lucas)
Graduation Date: May 2020
Exam(s) tutoring: FM, P
Interests: Scuba diving, rock climbing
Why actuarial science? Math is enjoyable.
Graduation Date: May 2021
Exam(s) tutoring: FM
Interests: Badminton, basketball, crime related movies and books
Why actuarial science? I was looking for a career that can fulfill my interest in finance and economics while letting me do some of math along the way :)
My name is Shirley Liu, expecting to graduate in May 2020 with B.S. in Actuarial Science and Economics. I will be tutoring both Exam P and FM this semester. I enjoy traveling with my family all over the world. I have been to more than 10 countries and just visited Sir Lanka this summer! I chose actuarial science because it is not only rational but also applicable in the real world. It is a great chance to work with math that is not too boring and theoretical.
Graduation Date: December 2019
Exam(s) tutoring: P, but knowledgeable with FM
Interests: Weightlifting, Video Games (achievement hunting), Attending Concerts (Pop-punk lover)
Why actuarial science? I had to choose between actuarial science or physics engineering. I, ultimately, chose actuarial science because it allows me to utilize mathematics, problem solving, and business in one career.
Graduation Date: May 2019
Exam(s) tutoring: P, FM; I'm also studying for IFM!
Interests: Painting, programming, rock climbing
Why actuarial science? I want a career where I won't stop growing.