About Classic Actuarial Education
Classic Actuarial Education is a product of Paragon Research ltd, an education and research company founded in 2005. The company has provided actuarial education since 2015.
Classicactuarialeducation.com currently offers two actuarial education products for actuarial students sitting examinations of the Institute & Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA).
Modelling Practice (CP2) Tutorials
Provided in Ireland since 2015, with pass rates higher than Institute & Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA) average and often with 100% pass rates. Now available online to actuarial students outside Ireland too.
The online tutorials are a mix of coaching/mentoring and tutorials to ensure students become very fit-for-purpose and are able to achieve exam grades well above the IFoA pass mark, to minimise the chance of failing.More Info Book December CP2 Tutorials to prepare for the April 2024 IFoA Exams Book February CP2 Tutorials to prepare for the April 2024 IFoA Exams
Actuarial Exam Remediation
For the CM1, CM2, CB1, CB2, CP1, CP2, SP2, SP4, SP5, SA2 & SA4 exams of the Institute & Faculty of Actuaries.
Have you recently failed an IFoA exam? Have you failed several times and are unsure how to progress? This service provides a method to remediate and to help you pass your next actuarial exam.
Tutor. Dr. Colm Fitzgerald FIA FSAI has provided remediation for students sitting actuarial exams for almost 20 years with an excellent track record.More Info Book February 2024 Tutorial Now Book July 2024 Tutorial Now
Passing Actuarial Exams on Your Own
This tutorial can be used by a student to fully prepare, along with purchasing the IFoA Core Reading, for IFoA subjects CP1, SP1, SP2, SP3, SP4, SP5, SP7, SP9, SA1, SA2, SA3, SA4.
Tutor. Dr. Colm Fitzgerald FIA FSAIMore Info Book November 2023 Tutorial Book June 2024 Tutorial
“The secret to education lies in respecting the student”
Ralph Waldo Emerson
From the Society of Actuaries in Ireland:
“Building on their strong track record, we are confident that Classic Actuarial Education will make a real difference in terms of the education options and supports available to aspiring actuaries.”