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11-28-2012, 07:46 PM
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Went to go watch my friend play in her senior girls volleyball game last night, the legs on some of those girls man

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11-28-2012, 07:52 PM
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Being a member of the Volleybal team for a good number of years, I approve. I preferred sitting on the bench when we were practicing with the girls

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11-28-2012, 07:58 PM
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Being a member of the Volleybal team for a good number of years, I approve. I preferred sitting on the bench when we were practicing with the girls
No chance at snapping ligaments while on the bench. Good call.

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11-28-2012, 08:24 PM
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Being a member of the Volleybal team for a good number of years, I approve. I preferred sitting on the bench when we were practicing with the girls
Had to sit on the bench didn't you? Couldn't exactly stand up and walk around in that condition.

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11-28-2012, 08:26 PM
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No chance at snapping ligaments while on the bench. Good call.
If you had said PULLING ligaments I had a doozy of a one-liner....

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Being a member of the Volleybal team for a good number of years, I approve. I preferred sitting on the bench when we were practicing with the girls
Bench is nice, but back line with girls on the front line is where it's at

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Had to sit on the bench didn't you? Couldn't exactly stand up and walk around in that condition.

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11-28-2012, 08:57 PM
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I'm getting a 64 in bio.

Definitely not my thing.....

Anyone here in Actuarial Science or have taken a math course in Uni and can tell me what it's like?

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11-28-2012, 09:19 PM
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1st try is stuff like laundry, vaccumming, dusting, washroom, etc.

Hand her back one of her, not favorite, but nice white shirts dyed a lovely pink or grey and you won't be allowed near the washing machine again.
Faking incompetence. I like it.

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11-28-2012, 09:34 PM
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Faking incompetence. I like it.
Women like to think they are the smarter species.

It's so believable because every woman knows atleast one stupid man.

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11-28-2012, 09:49 PM
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Women like to think they are the smarter species.

It's so believable because every woman knows atleast one stupid man.
Or a few

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I'm getting a 64 in bio.

Definitely not my thing.....

Anyone here in Actuarial Science or have taken a math course in Uni and can tell me what it's like?
I've taken Mathematics of Finance and Stats/Advanced Stats. (Plus finance/accounting classes).... but I don't think that'd apply to the math you're going to have to take

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Or a few


Exactly! So it wouldn't be very hard to convince you that you've just met another one would it?

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I'm getting a 64 in bio.

Definitely not my thing.....

Anyone here in Actuarial Science or have taken a math course in Uni and can tell me what it's like?
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Actuarial Science students acquire a strong foundation in statistics, numerical analysis, compound interest, life contingencies, and risk theory, and are encouraged to take several computer science courses. Liberal arts electives outside the Faculty of Mathematics are also well regarded by employers. Students who develop the right combination of technical and communication skills can follow a path to the very top levels of business.

Actuarial students–especially those with good computer skills–are graduating from Waterloo into an excellent job market, and starting salaries are the highest of all programs on campus.
Nice choice of study!

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I've taken Mathematics of Finance and Stats/Advanced Stats. (Plus finance/accounting classes).... but I don't think that'd apply to the math you're going to have to take
Math is the only thing I'm good at lol... I don't "like" it, but then again I don't like any school subjects.

It's going to be a ***** so I'm just going to apply to everything and take more time to think about it

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11-28-2012, 09:59 PM
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I'm getting a 64 in bio.

Definitely not my thing.....

Anyone here in Actuarial Science or have taken a math course in Uni and can tell me what it's like?
I was in Act Sci but I switched out this year, wasn't my thing. I loved the Act Sci classes, I found them interesting and how stuff worked but hated the math classes. A lot of work was needed to put in those and I learned it just wasn't my thing haha.



In other news, I think my one prof gave us almost the entire final exam...She put up review questions, 39 of them, and said if we can do those we will be good for 98% of the exam and she was really emphasising that. It is also an econ class and I know that those by department policy have to be multiple choice or graphs. None of these questions were graphs. I saw the review questions and thought 39 was an odd number, 40 would seem more natural. 39/40 = 97.5% which round up to 98%. BAM! I'm pretty sure all 39 questions will be on the exam and then there will be 1 other question we haven't seen before

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What careers are in actuarial science?

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11-28-2012, 10:02 PM
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I was in Act Sci but I switched out this year, wasn't my thing. I loved the Act Sci classes, I found them interesting and how stuff worked but hated the math classes. A lot of work was needed to put in those and I learned it just wasn't my thing haha.



In other news, I think my one prof gave us almost the entire final exam...She put up review questions, 39 of them, and said if we can do those we will be good for 98% of the exam and she was really emphasising that. It is also an econ class and I know that those by department policy have to be multiple choice or graphs. None of these questions were graphs. I saw the review questions and thought 39 was an odd number, 40 would seem more natural. 39/40 = 97.5% which round up to 98%. BAM! I'm pretty sure all 39 questions will be on the exam and then there will be 1 other question we haven't seen before
Thanks man! Good to know.

Do you mind me asking what school you go to? I've been debating which ones to apply to

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11-28-2012, 10:09 PM
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What careers are in actuarial science?
Risk assessment. Basically crunching numbers to see if your company should take the chance or not. Could be used in all types of business.

Sounds like Waterloo is having great success with their program.

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11-28-2012, 10:17 PM
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Thanks man! Good to know.

Do you mind me asking what school you go to? I've been debating which ones to apply to
Western

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Risk assessment. Basically crunching numbers to see if your company should take the chance or not. Could be used in all types of business.

Sounds like Waterloo is having great success with their program.
What he said. The career choice is one and only actuary really haha. But what you can do is really different. Most commonly it is insurance.

How I would describe it is the actuary calculates all the stuff behind the scenes (peoples risk and what to charge and all that fun stuff). They come up with the numbers. Then you have insurance salespeople who take those numbers and sell it to you. Not perfect but gives you a sense of it haha.

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11-28-2012, 10:29 PM
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What he said. The career choice is one and only actuary really haha. But what you can do is really different. Most commonly it is insurance.

How I would describe it is the actuary calculates all the stuff behind the scenes (peoples risk and what to charge and all that fun stuff). They come up with the numbers. Then you have insurance salespeople who take those numbers and sell it to you. Not perfect but gives you a sense of it haha.
Never really thought of going to western tbh, I'll look into it.

Also, Harding has been diagnosed with MS.. Wtf, does this mean he is going to retire?

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Never really thought of going to western tbh, I'll look into it.

Also, Harding has been diagnosed with MS.. Wtf, does this mean he is going to retire?
Don't think so. Pretty crazy though.

Damn Wolves.. Lost in SO. Got some decent money on Ontario Reign of the ECHL too. They are up 3-1

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Don't think so. Pretty crazy though.

Damn Wolves.. Lost in SO. Got some decent money on Ontario Reign of the ECHL too. They are up 3-1
Why isn't Leivo playing?

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11-28-2012, 10:35 PM
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Never really thought of going to western tbh, I'll look into it.

Also, Harding has been diagnosed with MS.. Wtf, does this mean he is going to retire?
http://www.startribune.com/sports/wi...1.html?refer=y

Article for whoever is interested reading.

He says he won't stop playing. Article also says 70% of people with MS go on to still live productive lives. We will see how Harding does because I guess it messes with your balance and vision a little. 2 pretty important parts to hockey.

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Why isn't Leivo playing?
Not sure. Probably the flu or something.

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