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<br />@dt,
i was askin bcoz i havnt tchd maths for 2 yrs(i.e after my matric)
n i dont no dat whether i would b able to grasp hsc maths n make my
mathematical base strong enf 4 actuarial sciences as i hav started studtin 4 add.maths now so plz tell me dat whether i shud seriously thnk about actuary or not.
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There is certain element of maths in actuarial syllabus, however, I think it's restricted to your calculus knowledge. An A Level Maths or its equivalent should be the minimum entry standard required to excel in this profession (only qualification level). If while doing Maths at A Level or its equivalent you think you are having ease in understanding concepts only then you shoudl pursue the actuarial qualifications as otherwise you may find the material of some difficulty.
Being an actuarial student, I will be biased but I seriously think you should map your career in advance of pursuing this or any qualification. You may appreciate that these qualification on their own wouldn't take you anywhere. If you are good and you know your niche, only then yo will become successful.
