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If you feel that you could benefit from an Actuarial Exam SRM course, Varsity Tutors offers private Actuarial Exam SRM prep classes that provide individualized instruction as you work toward your educational goals. Actuarial Exam SRM is one of the tests actuarial candidates may take en route to earning SOA (Society of Actuaries) certification. It places a strong emphasis on regression models, time series models, principal component analysis, decision trees, and cluster analyses. One of our Actuarial Exam SRM prep courses might be a good choice if you need help preparing for any of these topics!

One of the first topics typically discussed in an Actuarial Exam SRM course is the formatting and content on the test. Actuarial Exam SRM is a multiple-choice test containing 35 questions over a three and a half hour testing session. The following table provides information on which topics you should expect and how they are weighted:

 LEARNING OBJECTIVES Description Percentage of test 1. Topic: Basics of Statistical Learning Concepts of statistical learning (7.5-12.5%) 2. Topic: Linear Models Understanding of generalized linear model concepts (40-50%) 3. Topic: Time Series Models Regression-based time series model concepts. (12.5-17.5%) 4. Topic: Principal Components Analysis Principal component analysis concepts. (2.5-7.5%) 5. Topic: Decision Trees Key concepts relating to tree models (10-15%) 6. Topic: Cluster Analysis Cluster analysis concepts. (10-15%

Notably, Actuarial Exam SRM is designed with certain prerequisites in mind. Test-takers are assumed to be familiar with the basics of probability (as tested on Actuarial Exam P), calculus, and mathematical statistics (as tested on VEE Mathematical Statistics). If your skills in any of these areas have become rusty, a private Actuarial Exam SRM class offers the flexibility to go back and review them. Competing Actuarial Exam SRM classes often lack this freedom, instead of sticking to a set curriculum whether it fits a specific student or not.

Each Actuarial Exam SRM class we offer provides one-on-one instruction. Your knowledgeable teacher may be able to design study sessions around your unique needs to promote study efficiency. For example, if you are comfortable working with linear models, you can concentrate on other topics instead. Likewise, the style of instruction may be adapted to your needs. If you are a visual learner, your instructor may provide visual aids to help illustrate any concepts that aren't clicking. Alternatively, a Q&A format might be utilized to help an auditory learner remember how to perform cluster analysis.

HEre are some of the things you'll be expected to know and apply during the Actuarial Exam SRM:

Expected Existing Knowledge (Non-Comprehensive)

• Explain the types of modeling problems and methods, including supervised versus
unsupervised learning and regression versus classification
• The components of, in particular, the exponential family of distributions