PLEASE NOTE: THE SOA MFE EXAM SYLLABUS FOR THE JULY 2017 EXAM WILL BE MODIFIED. THIS MATERIAL IS APPROPRIATE IF YOU ARE TAKING THE NOVEMBER 2016 OR MARCH 2017 MFE EXAM. INFORMATION REGARDING THE MATERIAL FOR THE JULY 2017 AND LATER EXAMS WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON.
Studying for the MFE/3F exam can easily become a boring routine. While working exam-style questions is the key to passing the exam, students often find that it is difficult to work these questions without knowing all of the important formulas and key concepts first. The ActuarialBrew.com Flashcards address this problem by providing the important formulas and key concepts in one convenient set. Our flashcards are an efficient way to memorize the information needed to successfully work the problems and pass the MFE/3F exam.
Our Flashcards allow students to learn the important formulas and key concepts anytime or anywhere. They are printed on index card stock and are approximately 4 inches by 5.5 inches. The front of each card tests important concepts and key formulas while the back of each card provides the answers. There are about 150 flashcards, each of which contains multiple concepts and formulas. Students can leave the Flashcards in the original order, reorder them, or randomize them. This allows students to customize their study approach based on their study preferences.
By memorizing the important formulas and key concepts, flashcards can increase a student’s speed working problems, which is a critical skill on exam day. The ActuarialBrew.com Flashcards provide yet another avenue for acquiring the information necessary to pass the exam.
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.