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by Tamanna
08 Oct 2018, 20:00
Forum: Interviews and facts
Topic: Resume Making
Replies: 2
Views: 1745

Re: Resume Making

I would suggest you don't. Because if you mention it and then don't clear the exam it may create a bad impression.
by Tamanna
08 Oct 2018, 19:46
Forum: Interviews and facts
Topic: Resume for Actuary Position and Data Science position
Replies: 1
Views: 741

Re: Resume for Actuary Position and Data Science position

I would suggest that you make different resumes for the two fields. Infact your resume should be adjustable. You don't actually need to make a resume from scratch. Just change a few details according to the needs of the employer. Also I think you should mention your actuarial journey in every resume...
by Tamanna
08 Oct 2018, 19:42
Forum: Actuarial Discussions
Topic: Career suggestion
Replies: 5
Views: 1482

Re: Careear suggestion

Hi Sarvatmak, It's really difficult to say if you'll get a job just after 3 papers. It all depends on how you present yourself and what technical skills you have. Many companies actually require candidates with low papers but that is rare these days. Plus you completed your graduation in 2015 and yo...
by Tamanna
08 Oct 2018, 19:27
Forum: Actuarial Discussions
Topic: Machine Learning
Replies: 2
Views: 981

Re: Machine Learning

R and python are indeed two very important softwares for an actuary. They will take you a long way. However, when you go for an interview, they don't really see your certificates, they rather test how much knowledge you actually have. Whlie a Microsoft certification will have a weight of its own, it...
by Tamanna
07 Oct 2018, 12:01
Forum: Actuarial Discussions
Topic: Career advice
Replies: 1
Views: 1051

Re: Career advice

Hello all, I am Tushar Gaur, I am a 2018 economics hons graduate and have cleared 5 CT papers (1,3,4,5,6). It's been 4-5 months since I m looking for a job but haven't even landed a proper interview with any firm. I even improved my software skills in Excel, R, and VBA, but still no luck. Now there...

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