Mallory White, a class of 2016 mathematics major, passed Actuarial Exam P/1 on her first try on May 24. This is the first of a series of nine exams which are required for full status as an actuary. Exam P/1 only has a 30 to 40 percent pass rate. The actuarial profession is usually ranked in the top five of career choices. Actuaries work in the insurance and financial sectors and specialize in analyzing the financial impact of risk and uncertainty. Belmont University’s Belmont Actuarial Students Society is an organization for students interested in pursuing the Actuarial profession. Dr. Daniel Biles is the faculty adviser for this student organization.
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