Welcome to my rather bare resources page.
Due to my contract with my employer, I am limited in what actuarial resources I can offer here.
However, I will producing videos on a basic introduction to statistics (A level equivalent), Exam P/FM preparation, general R explanations and statistical proofs.
And finally, I’ll will be attaching some summary sheets of key statistical results.
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IFoA Formulae and Tables
The IFoA is currently updating its website and the link to the PDF copy of the IFoA formulae and tables 2002 has temporarily gone astray. However, you can download it using web.archive using this link.
Cross Reference Grids
These IFoA Cross reference grids give the topics covered by the exam questions for April 2000 to September 2018.
Maths Shortcuts in Word
The IFoA exams are still currently online – which requires typing messy maths in Word. This document will show you some handy shortcuts to save you time.