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Penn State University Contact: Ron Gebhardtsbauer, FSA, MAAA
Faculty-In-Charge, Actuarial Science Program
rug16(at)psu.edu
Website: http://www.clubs.psu.edu/up/actsci/index.html

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Old 02-01-2007, 02:01 PM
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Check this:http://www.actuarialoutpost.com/actu...91#post1905791
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Oh man sweet, someone linked a post of mine ... I feel honored.

Also ... as a former Shapiro TA, my suggestions wouldbe to take the "gimmie" points (i.e. from PSU02 post, "given", "find", "picture") and if all else fails, write all the formulas you know on the topic as legibly (is that a word?) as possible .... after reading people's scribble for hours as thery try to BS for points, you'd be surprised how nice it is to see an organized solution (even if it's wrong) with nice handwriting.
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a Bunch of Drunks!


And proud of it. WooooooHooooo!!!!

Ah, I miss the days of Arnie Shapiro. eh, who am I kidding. No I don't.

I have a great pic of Shapiro & me, and I have a pretty black eye in the pic. Rawl, quit laughing.
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2002 Grad here.

Went to an alumni function on Saturday. Won a door prize. JoePa autographed mini-helmet. Pretty sweet.

Word has it Arnie is cutting back his work load and planning to retire soon.
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That is true; I just graduated last month and he wasn't my teacher for the 2nd Life Contingencies course. However, he did still teach Theory of Interest to the Juniors.
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That's what I had heard...although he claimed that was not a work cut back because he only ever teaches one class in the Spring anyway.
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