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    Howard Heller

      Hello Actuarial Students:

      A successful actuarial career often begins while in college.  And there are so many questions to consider.  How many exams should you take while in school and when should you start taking them? What year of school should you apply for an internship? Is the Insurance, Consulting, P&C, etc actuarial sector better suited for you? And there are so many more decisons to make!

      You always want to make the right decisions at the start of your career process because often, the decision you make in the beginning will impact you later on.

      We at ActuaryExamTutor.com are here not only to help you pass your actuarial exams but also to provide mentoring and guidance that will help you on your path to a successful career in the actuarial profession.

      If you have any questions about the right steps to take in preparing to enter the actuarial profession, please reach out to us.  We are here to help you succeed.

      For private discussion, please contact us at support@actuaryexamtutor.com.  We look forward to your questions.

      Thank you,

      Howard M. Heller, President




      Magda Walsh

        I’m considering going back to school for actuarial science and becoming an actuary. I’ve done the research and there are several reputable online programs for actuarial science. My current career involves a lot of travel which would keep me from attending classes in person. Would an online degree in Actuarial Science adequately prepare me for exams?  Could it somehow hold me back from good job opportunities, if I made sure to apply for internships prior to graduating? For reference I am 40 years old and reside in the Chicago area.

        Howard Heller

          Hi Magda:

          I would be happy to speak with you.  Please email me directly at hmheller@actuaryexamtutor.com.  I will then schedule a time to discuss.

          Thank you,

          Howard Heller, President


          Alex Mike

            such a great information

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