I am currently doing my Pre-U and I am interested in venturing into Actuarial Science. I enjoy maths although it does gives me quite a number of problems at times. Each and every day, all I hear from my friends and seniors are, “Actuarial Science is tough”. That’s it. How do you really define tough? Is it really tough or people just don’t get the concept at times?

A math related job? Every job’s are math related job because you need maths in every work. You need maths even to calculate coinstar percentage. When I was on my high school, I was perfect on maths. Though I had a little problem in Calculus I-II and Actuarial Mathematics, I was first in math subject. Recently, I am working in a huge company and I enjoy my job and look forward to a new set of challenges each day.

I am currently doing my BS degree in mathematics with statistics track in California State University Bakersfield. I also do 14 business related course which include Micro, Macro, Financial Acc, Managerial Acc, Marketing, Managament, Marketing management, HRM and etc..

My question was, whether i am going to get a job after my graduation or i have to give my all actuary exam before applying for any job.

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I am currently doing my Pre-U and I am interested in venturing into Actuarial Science. I enjoy maths although it does gives me quite a number of problems at times. Each and every day, all I hear from my friends and seniors are, “Actuarial Science is tough”. That’s it. How do you really define tough? Is it really tough or people just don’t get the concept at times?

A math related job? Every job’s are math related job because you need maths in every work. You need maths even to calculate coinstar percentage. When I was on my high school, I was perfect on maths. Though I had a little problem in Calculus I-II and Actuarial Mathematics, I was first in math subject. Recently, I am working in a huge company and I enjoy my job and look forward to a new set of challenges each day.

I am currently doing my BS degree in mathematics with statistics track in California State University Bakersfield. I also do 14 business related course which include Micro, Macro, Financial Acc, Managerial Acc, Marketing, Managament, Marketing management, HRM and etc..

My question was, whether i am going to get a job after my graduation or i have to give my all actuary exam before applying for any job.

Anxiously waiting for your reply,

Ariful Haque