How Bad to Screw Up Time Value of Money Practice Questions?
So, I just recently started studying for L1.
When I was going through ethics I had no trouble with the end of chapter practice questions.
When I got to time value of money I had a really hard time memorizing the formulas and ended up getting a 55% on the end of chapter questions.
I was just wondering how bad an indicator this is as to how the rest of the practice questions are going to go for me. Are most of the rest of the readings as densely packed with formulas as Time Value of Money? I skimmed stats methods and it looks like there are far fewer formulas per page in that chapter. Can anyone comment on which readings and/or topics have the most formulas to memorize, and maybe what I should be doing to memorize formulas better?
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