The ActuarialBrew.com Set of 3 FM/2 Practice Exams give students the exam-taking practice necessary to build confidence for success on exam day. The key to passing Exam FM/2 is to practice working exam-style questions. The ActuarialBrew.com Set of 3 Practice FM/2 Exams help you focus on the material that’s likely to be tested. By taking a practice exam under exam conditions, students can determine their strengths and weaknesses, allowing them to focus on the areas where improvement is needed before the actual exam. The ActuarialBrew.com Set of 3 Practice Exams for the FM/2 Exam provide students with a set of 3 exam-style practice exams. The practice exams are formatted like the actual FM/2 exam and should be taken under exam conditions to help students best prepare for the actual FM/2 exam.
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Authors Joe Francis, FSA, CFA and Chris Ruckman, FSA Ruckman and Francis are the co-authors of Financial Mathematics – A Practical Guide for Actuaries and Other Business Professionals, which is an approved text of the Society of Actuaries for Exam FM/2. The authors each have over 10 years of experience in the actuarial education field. They each also have almost 15 years of experience working in the insurance industry. Francis has been teaching MFE/3F seminars since the exam was introduced in 2007. Francis also teaches financial mathematics as the actuary-in-residence at Indiana University – Purdue University Fort Wayne.
Note: Our Set of 3 FM/2 Practice Exams has been updated for 2015. Please note that the 2014 edition of the Set of FM/2 Practice Exams are also consistent with the December 2014 and the February 2015 FM Learning Objectives.