Just like the subject suggests, I am going to prepare all day tomorrow (Thursday)…I am planning to take Friday off. I have taken 3 Mock Exams…I believe I am scoring well. Do you think my time tomorrow is best spent:
Hi guys - When you study for CFA lvl 1, any questions that you aren’t able to understand even after reading the explanation, what are some ways you addressed your burning questions? I’m sure posting question on this forum is one way but any other avenues? Thanks in advance!
The 2nd quant section has a plethora of open ended questions (not talking about the “explain” ones). I mean the ones where there are no multiple choice answers, but instead a box for you to type oin your calculated numerical answer. Very frustrating especially when you have the correct answer but get marked wrong becuase of rounding or something.
My mocks are showing I’m borderline passing right now…has been getting either 67% or 72%, aka I got all the major concepts, but it’s just the minor points hidden somewhere in the textbook that tripped me over. Re-reading chapters hasn’t done any good for me cuz idk what I should be paying attention to…. Any advice on what to do at this point?
Why currency swap exchange principal both at start and end?
Hi Guys - I started studying for the December Level 1 last week of May. I’ve been watching Mark Meldrum’s videos during the weekdays for 3 readings and then focus on solving Mark Meldrum’s quizzes. So far I’ve been solving 40 questions/reading during the weekends. But I’m already feeling worried that my study plan not work. Can you guys share your study plans? and for those who watched Mark Meldrum’s videos, were you guys able to understand perfectly what he was saying? I like his videos but for some topic, I feel very lost even after watching his lectures. Any advice would be greatl
In the last 2 Mocks , I have been scoring 80/120
My scores are improving with every session.. like I just scored 85/120
Is 80 - 82 good for mocks? to get an idea of passing the exam ..
What should be an ideal study plan now?to Revise or Practice in the last couple of days.
Hey guys, I recently completed a CFA Boston Society Mock exam in my town. The structure was similar for the first half of the exam to things I’ve read and heard about before, but half way through, the structure changed.
On this Boston Mock the topics were as follows:
4. Financial Statement Analysis and Corporate Finance
5. Asset Valuation
6. Portfolio Management
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