Group and Health Advanced Seminar
The Spring 2019 seminar will be held March 19-22 in Seattle, WA at the Crowne Plaza. Follow this link for hotel information.
The seminar schedule is as follows:
Tue, Mar 19: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wed, Mar 20: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Thu, Mar 21: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Fri, Mar 22: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
You can register on this site by purchasing either the seminar alone or the everything package, which offers a reduced rate when also purchasing the study manual and note cards. You may also register by mailing us a check and a registration form.
A 40% discount is available if your employer does not pay for seminars or reimburse you if you pass the exam. Please contact us prior to ordering for the coupon code to receive this discount.
FSA, MAAA, MS
Dustin has worked on many sides of the healthcare delivery system, including health and benefits consulting, pricing and underwriting, reserve setting, provider contracting, forecasting, and healthcare data analytics.
He has been a consulting actuary, teacher, and math tutor. Dustin enjoys discussing how math and models combine to explain occurrences in our everyday world. He also earned a master’s degree in the fields of Actuarial Science and Statistics.
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◊ The focus is on exam-type questions, with the primary emphasis being on math questions
◊ A large set of practice problems is provided, including both original problems and exam problems from past FSA exams that apply to the current syllabus
◊ The instructor offers his support for the entire exam season, by being available to discuss questions that arise before and after the seminar
◊ An explanation of how exams are graded
◊ Suggestions on successfully preparing for the exam and answering the different types of exam questions
◊ A review of all syllabus readings
◊ Summary lists of past exam questions, indicating the source of the SOA’s illustrative solution
◊ Non-math questions from past FSA exams are listed in the seminar outline provided, to illustrate topics that have been tested in the past and how those questions were worded