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ACTEX Interactive Study Manual for SOA Exam SRM - Statistics for Risk Modeling with Instructional Videos 8th Edition Author: Lo/Feng/Linders

ISBN(s): 979-8-89016-035-5 | 979-8-89016-036-2 | 979-8-89016-037-9

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Our Interactive Study Manual for SOA Exam SRM offers personalized learning on a schedule that works for you. 

The Exam SRM study guide will allow you to:

  • Review 1,000 pages of comprehensive, exam-focused information with full syllabus coverage
  • Refine your understanding with 250 examples 
  • Practice until you're confident with 365 exercises 
  • Get exam-ready with 6 full-length exams

GOAL: Practice. Predict. Pass. 

Reach your target GOAL Score with our proven system.

GOAL offers:

  • 1,100+ SOA exam practice problems with detailed solutions
  • A variety of learning modes and difficulty levels
  • Customized quizzes: You set the topic, difficulty, number of questions, and a timer
  • Simulated exams: Choose from 7 comprehensive exams (Including 2 challenge exams)
  • Measure your preparedness with GOAL Score 

Instructional Videos

Retain more information with our helpful videos that cover the entire syllabus
and further explain the most complex topics.

We've got you covered with: 

  • 40 instructional videos 
  • A variety of expert instructors, many of whom are current university professors 
  • Almost 6.5 total hours of video content—with more to come


Master key topics and formulas with our flashcards, which are rated by exam importance. 

  • 250+ Virtual Flashcards—great for on-the-go studying!
  • Cover critical syllabus material to help you pass your exam.
  • Great way to help you learn key topics and formulas.
  • Allow you to sort by topic to focus on the material you need to work on the most.


Weighted by topic importance, our Planner clearly outlines how to study for Exam SRM

  • Simplify study sessions with Planner's ability to filter videos, flashcards, and GOAL for relevant content, based on where you're at in the manual 
  • Weighted sections highlight how long you should spend on each topic
  • Mark sections as Completed so you have a handy checklist of remaining study materials

Topic Search

Everything in the SOA Exam SRM study manual is fully indexed by keyword,
making it easy to toggle between materials and concepts without losing your place. 

  • Seamlessly read, watch and practice across topics 
  • Connect to all your materials, identify problem areas, and get the help you need to pass

Formula and Review Sheet

This at-a-glance tool helps you memorize and recall key formulas and information. 

  • Covers important formulas needed to prepare you for the actuarial probability exam 
  • Easy-to-print reference guide you can study with, no matter where you are

ACTEX Learning Bootcamp Sitting Information:

Exam SRM Sitting

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Session 2

Session 3

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

This Bootcamp is taught by Dr. Hong Li, an Associate Professor of Economics and Finance at the Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics, University of Guelph. He is a fellow of the Society of Actuaries and an associate fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries. Dr. Li has taught various actuarial science and statistics courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. He has been serving as a grading volunteer and question writer for the SOA QFIPM exam since 2021. Dr. Li has published over 20 refereed journal papers since he obtained his Ph.D. degree in 2015, and has participated in various research projects sponsored by CAS, SOA, and CIA in recent years. 

About the Author

Ambrose Lo Ph.D., FSA, CERA

Ambrose has received a number of awards and honors ever since he was a graduate student, including the 2012 Excellent Teaching Assistant Award from the Faculty of Science, The University of Hong Kong, public recognition in the Daily Iowan as a faculty member "making a positive difference in students' lives during their time at The University of Iowa" for five years in a row (2016 to 2020), and, most recently, the 2019-2020 Collegiate Teaching Award from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, The University of Iowa.

Professor Lo is currently Associate Professor of Actuarial Science with tenure at the Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science, The University of Iowa. He earned his B.S. in Actuarial Science (first class honors) and Ph.D. in Actuarial Science from The University of Hong Kong in 2010 and 2014, respectively. He joined The University of Iowa as Assistant Professor of Actuarial Science in August 2014 and was tenured and promoted to Associate Professor in July 2019. His research interests lie in dependence structures, quantitative risk management as well as optimal (re)insurance. His research papers have been published in top-tier actuarial journals, such as ASTIN Bulletin: The Journal of the International Actuarial Association, Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, and Scandinavian Actuarial Journal.

In addition to coauthoring the ACTEX Study Manual for SOA Exam SRM, he is also the sole author of the ACTEX Study Manual for CAS Exam MAS-I, ACTEX Study Manual for SOA Exam PA, and the textbook Derivative Pricing: A Problem-Based Primer (2018) published by Chapman & Hall/CRC Press.

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