• Written by Paul Ireland, VP Product Management: (This is post 2 of 3 about February 2015 Updates) I’ve made a New Years resolution to more regularly keep you updated on all the exciting changes going on here at CA. This will probably be an easier resolution to keep than running (ah! running!). We have a…

  • Check out this video on why YOU should use Adapt for FM!

  • Written by Randy Refeld: I passed Exam FM this past June. The road was bumpy at times, but the path was clear. There were a couple different suggestions for texts on the exam syllabus, but since I took financial math last fall, I used the texts we used in class: Ruckman and Francis for the…

  • Written by Ramy Gaballa:  Before discussing the details, most of us had the following question before studying for FM: What kind of math do we need to master before starting to study for this exam? Simply put, this exam does not require rigorous math. The math used in FM includes basic algebra and calculus. Topics…

  • Written by Randy Refeld:  Here in the US, we celebrated Memorial Day today. This shows a passing of time, the Indianapolis 500 has run, and The Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village is over. Time marches on, and actuarial exams come and go. Last summer I worked on Exam P. I was unprepared and failed on…

  • Written by Tyler Heasley:  If I had to pinpoint a few things that have brought me to my actuarial career, these easily take the cake: Networking Communication skills Effective studying If you’re currently looking for employment, do yourself an enormous favor and pick up Knock ’em Dead: The Ultimate Job Search Guide by Martin Yate….

  • Written by Alex DiVerde:  Hello future Actuaries. For those who have not read my other post, my name is Alex DiVerde and I am a sophomore at Bradley University. I passed Exam 1/P in September and Exam 2/FM a couple weeks ago. I would not have been able to pass either exam without advice from…