Q: What subjects are needed to become a Actuary?

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A person who wants to be an actuary would have working knowledge of mathematics-including calculus, probability, and statistics-and has demonstrated this knowledge by passing one or two actuarial exams required for professional designation. A degree in finance, mathematics and business would help build the skills needed for success in the field.

What is a associate actuary?

Typically it takes approximately four years (bachelors degree). If you live in Canada or America, graduate work is not needed. Actuaries are qualifed by exams while they are working as an actuary, after they achieve their bachelors degree in math, statistics, actuarial science, or another quanitiative field. For more information, go to: http://www.beanactuary.org/

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