Hey guys, I want to keep as many options open as possible, so I am considering jumping from an Applied Mathematics and Statistics (AMS) and Economics double major to being an AMS and Mathematics double major with a minor in economics.

i want to keep my actuary option open ( the AMS major has courses for the first exam and a whole course dedicated to interest theory) and i might also want to go to grad school and get my Ph.D in either applied math or mathematics.

btw, i bought the fall 2005 study manual for Exam P, ''', it is a subpar manual. I think you need textbooks as well to supplement the learning. the manuals are only really good for review and good practice problems and practice exams. just my .02

thanks guy

i want to keep my actuary option open ( the AMS major has courses for the first exam and a whole course dedicated to interest theory) and i might also want to go to grad school and get my Ph.D in either applied math or mathematics.

btw, i bought the fall 2005 study manual for Exam P, ''', it is a subpar manual. I think you need textbooks as well to supplement the learning. the manuals are only really good for review and good practice problems and practice exams. just my .02

thanks guy

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