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.
The ActuarialBrew.com MFE/3F Online Seminar is a series of online videos that provides a comprehensive and highly detailed overview of the MFE/3F syllabus to help you review the concepts as you prepare for the exam.
The nature of the online seminar allows students to view the seminar at their own pace and at their own convenience, pausing and viewing the material again as needed from the comfort of their own homes or offices. Students may view a sample of the online seminar from a link on our website, www.actuarialbrew.com.
Our MFE/3F Online Seminar provides a comprehensive explanation of the required material with a special focus on the difficult concepts (especially Brownian Motion, Ito’s Lemma, and interest rate models) and areas that are especially likely to be tested.
Working exam-style questions is the real key to passing Exam MFE/3F, so we spend a significant amount of the seminar working unique exam-style questions. Seminar students are provided with over 200 exam-style questions with full video solutions.
Students who purchase our MFE/3F Online Seminar also receive email support and a copy of our eStudy Manual by email after their registration is confirmed.
Our online MFE/3F seminar is very similar to our live MFE/3F seminar.
Students will have access to the online seminar for 180 days. If a student is unsuccessful on exam day, access to the online seminar is extended for another 180 days.
Refunds for the online seminar cannot be provided once a student has started to view it.
Joe Francis, FSA, CFA
Francis is a co-author of ActuarialBrew.com’s Exam MFE/3F Review Notes. He has also co-authored Financial Mathematics – A Practical Guide for Actuaries and Other Business Professionals, which is an approved text of the Society of Actuaries for Exam FM. He has over 10 years of experience in the actuarial education field and 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.