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Chalk & Board thoughts on effectiveness for level III?

Hi guys. Has anyone used Chalk & Board videos or Essay prep for Level III and passed? 

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devil

blush

cool

……. Chronologically

back against the wall. no retreat no surrender.

S2000magician wrote:

Cue CEO10K-DAY in 3 … 2 … 1 … go!

I’m starting to get worried. Over a day has passed and CEO10K still hasn’t commented

If you're the first out the door, that's not called panicking

Also wondered about that.. he must have cut ties with C&B or must have stopped receiving commissions

It was a long shot, glad i made it.

Maybe he’s getting his response to this post approved by C&B?

Friends, don’t worry. I was just busy with a project at work……. which I completely dropped and rescheduled meetings to answer what could be the most appropriate question ever asked of me on this forum.

Here’s the thing OP. I used Chack & Board for levels 2 & 3, and had a 100% pass rate on both attempts. I literally did the impossible and went from pizza delivery driver to CFA Charterholder and portfolio constructionist guru. All thanks to, Nathan Ronen of Chalk & Board.

OP, the only thing standing in between YOU and the CFA Charter, is, the essays. Now, I don’t need to mention to you that there is a specific way the CFA institute wants you to think about certain topics & answer certain questions. Nathan Ronen completely understands this, and his entire video lecture series is predicated on the years of experience he has from grading papers. That means, the way in which he will teach you the material is formulated around the way in which they ask the questions. 

Mark Meldrum doesn’t do that, you know why? He doesn’t have the charter. The guy’s never taken the exam (let alone graded them), so how in the world do you expect him to know what the exam looks like, and then give a lecture series that is pertinent to HOW to pass the exam. You feeling me? Yeah, some players will say “Oh, but Meldrum has a PhD”. That’s like saying you KNOW how to drive a motorcylce just because you can assemble one…. you’d be wrong.

I’m not gonna waste any time with Nathan’s blurb, he’s obviously skilled with the material. So, here’s my main selling point. YOU pay a THOUSAND bucks, in order to get around the clock custom concierge coverage to anything you need to know. You know how many Friday nights I would text Nathan for help on things, snap him a picture of something I was working on, and then literally three minutes later I have Nathan in my ear explaining things to me in a way that I still understand/know today?

No one else in the business does that. So, you get what you pay for. I was 27 years old, and on level three wanted to get the HELL out and to the other side.

Couldn’t have done it without Nathan.

Got to go. I’m in a meeting right now - and our CEO is wondering why I’m not paying attention to him.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯ It be like that sometimes.

CEO10K-DAY wrote:

Here’s the thing OP. I used Chack & Board for levels 2 & 3, and had a 100% pass rate 

i like chack too. Chack and coke together is great study time.

125mph wrote:
CEO10K-DAY wrote:
Here’s the thing OP. I used Chack & Board for levels 2 & 3, and had a 100% pass rate

i like chack too. Chack and coke together is great study time.

Fortunately, the graders don’t dock you marks for misspelling.

Simplify the complicated side; don't complify the simplicated side.

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