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    I have recently been looking into the actuarial profession and it looks like something I'd really like to do, however my degree isn't remotely maths based. Aside from some logic based modules my course isn't very relevant to the career. What should I do to improve my chances of entering this career?
    I've looked into summer internships but I don't know whether I even stand a chance of getting one of those either?

    I was also wondering about the exams? I know you can take at least one independently, but I need to know if there's any point, if I still won't be in with a chance of getting any further?

    Thanks
    Alice
    (Just finished my first year at Exeter)
 
 
 
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