Exam FM Bootcamp Author: Sadow/Okine

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August 2024

7/13

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7/27

October 2024

9/7

9/14

9/21

December 2024

11/2

11/9

11/16

Sessions will begin at 10 am ET. Sessions last two hours, with an additional 30 minutes for questions at the end. 

Optimize your Study Time for Exam FM with the ACTEX Bootcamps. 

It is the perfect addition to your study schedule and will help you feel confident and ready for your exam. 

Interact with the instructor and other students during this three-session online instruction course offering:

  • Review of exam material and strategies
  • Special focus on more challenging topics, common errors, and exam strategy
  • Walk-throughs of key examples
  • On-demand recordings of the sessions available for later review 
  • Email access to instructors for Q&As 

Recommended material to accompany your studies: the ACTEX Study Manual Program for FM

About Your Professors

Joe Sadow holds a masters degree in computational and applied mathematics from Arizona State University, having focused research on numerical approaches to solve inverse problems. After teaching at local community colleges for a year or so, Joe was fortunate enough to start a career in 2019 as an actuarial analyst working on various aspects of California's Medicaid program. Love of teaching and interacting with students has compelled Joe to continue to moonlight teaching college math courses since starting graduate school in 2015. Fortune struck again when Joe partnered with ACTEX in 2021 to help create actuarial exam study materials. During time off, Joe enjoys learning chess, French, and testing out ideas for math videos on his wife, Allison and corgi-chihuahua mix, Clive. 

Nii Okine is an assistant professor at the Mathematical Sciences Department at Appalachian State University. He holds a Ph.D. in Business (Actuarial Science) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and obtained his master’s degree in Actuarial Science from Illinois State University. His research interest includes micro-level reserving, ratemaking, dependence modeling, micro-insurance, and machine learning. He obtained his associate of the Society of Actuaries credential in December 2021.

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