Hey guys, I'm not really sure if this belongs here but I've been looking into the actuary field for a while and decided that I'm pretty interested in it. For some background: I just finished my freshman year at a decently reputable small liberal arts college. I was originally thinking about a physics and math double major but after doing some undergraduate research and taking a research based physics class, I've come to realize that physics isn't something I can see myself doing. And now, I'm thinking about just doing a math major with a couple of minors. So a few problems: 1) My school is pretty limited classes offered because it's a really small school. It doesn't have an actuarial science department or a statistics one either. I just completed my freshman year but would it still be possible to transfer to another school this late? I've been working hard so my GPA is pretty nice at the moment. Was thinking maybe a place with an actuarial science department like Columbia, Cornell, or NYU Stern. What's your advice on this? 2) I'm on summer break right now and I don't really have a job or anything else to do because I only applied to REU programs and got rejected from all of them. Do you know of any good practice exams for the preliminary Actuary exams? Thank you for taking the time to read this great wall of text. Your advice would be greatly appreciated!