The 2019 Casual Fellow/Rising Fellow Joint Online Seminar is fully updated with new sections and practice problems for the new Taylor paper.
We're excited about this joint offering and believe together our study material makes for a great, comprehensive online seminar to help you prepare for Exam 7.
The online seminar contains the following study material from Casual Fellow (CF) and Rising Fellow (RF):
- CF Study Guide (paper outlines, practice problems and past CAS problems) - Sample Excerpts: Clark Patrik
- CF Online Videos (both paper review and problem review videos) - Sample Videos
- RF Cookbook - Sample Excerpt
- RF Practice Problem Bank - Sample Excerpt
- RF High-Level Summaries - Sample Excerpt
- RF Flashcards - Sample 1 Sample 2
- CF & RF Practice Exams (2 each, 4 in total)
All of the study material is digitally available and there's an option of also getting a physical copy of the Rising Fellow study material that is professionally printed, for orders in the US.
Note: If you don't pass and need to retake, you will get a six-month extension for the updated material for the following sitting at no extra charge.
Michael is a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries. He graduated with highest honors from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.S. in Mathematics. He has experience in pricing, reserving, and predictive modeling. He has presented material at past CAS conference and recently taught/developed an Interest Theory course at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. He also has experience as an exam writer on the CAS Exam Committee. Michael is the owner of A Casual Fellow's Exam Seminars.
Steve is a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society and has actuarial experience in reserving, pricing, ratemaking and reinsurance. He also has experience as an exam writer on the CAS Exam Committee. Steve is the owner of Rising Fellow.
If you have any questions about the seminar or ordering, you can contact both Michael and Steve at email@example.com.