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    Also remember that today's ecomony is tough and...

    Also remember that today's ecomony is tough and that may be reflected in any offers. Most likely, there are plenty of qualified applicants.
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    Thanks

    Thanks on the advice (both pieces). Phoenix is on the list because we both have family and friends there. More than the small town feel, we need somewhere that you can get to wide open space within...
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    City suggestions

    I have been doing some resarch on my own, but I thought I would get some thoughts on this.

    I am a near-ASA in the Health field and think I probaly want to move in 3-5 years once:

    1. I have my...
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    jobs

    There are companies in both texas and san diego that have actuaries. You will probably have a lot more luck in texas than san diego. You will have a lot more freedom once you get your designation. ...
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    class

    It depends on your learning style, but if you dont take a class you must get a very strong statistics background. IMO, the information in P carries forward into other exams (as prerequisite...
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    ASM Manual

    The ASM manuals are a significant help. They provide greta example questions that are similar in format to the exam then questions in the textbooks.

    I like ASM because the study guide level is...
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    Actuaies in Vegas

    Not many actuary positions in Nevada. You should consider Los Angeles or San Fran until you get some experience. If you really want to work in the casino industy, check out IGT in reno. They hire...
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    One problem a lot of students have (i used to...

    One problem a lot of students have (i used to teach) is getting the right integral sign (limits) with the right variable. if this is the case, treat the integral sign and the 1st d_ like a set of...
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    studying

    don't fret, if you have a math background you can get it if you put in the time. A good goal is attempting 100 hours of studying for each hour of exam (maybe a little less on P and FM).
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    http://www.beanactuary.org/ has a lot of...

    http://www.beanactuary.org/

    has a lot of useful information.

    Society of actuaries has the pathways to membership

    http://www.soa.org/education/exam-req/

    Casualty actuary society exams
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    Isn't this just a "Worst Ever" list????

    Isn't this just a "Worst Ever" list????
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    You should finish a Probabity and statistics...

    You should finish a Probabity and statistics course. After that it takes time. They say you should study at least 75-100 hours per hour of exam. This may be a little lower for the earlier exams,...
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    weight loss

    My plan is to finish my exams so that I am not sitting for 14 hours a day 6 days a week.
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    Study Guide

    My study guide preference is ASM. They have significanly harder proctice questions than Actex. I you are passing ASM practice exams consistantly you should prepared.
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    Personality Type

    According to most tests, I am an ENFP, but My E is close to an I and My F is close to a T.
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    Remember that the Salary study includes anual...

    Remember that the Salary study includes anual bonuses (but no sign-on bonuses). This means that the base salaries are less than the study shows.
  17. Stoli

    This is a little late but I thought I would put in my 2 cents. I am only a student and do not work in the life insurance field, but here is what I would guess the issue with STOLI is:

    In order to...
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