"Jack of all topics" vs. "Master of a few"
There are a few sections that I am really good at (always get between 80-95% correct) and some sections I am not so good at (50-75%). There isn’t enough time for me to master every section. I am not so good at quant, econ, FRA, and fixed income. Would I be better off trying to master 2 of those or just being a “jack of all trades, master of none” and learn all 4 the best I can?
What I’m really getting at is that I’m spending way too much time on FRA. I get between 50-75% everytime, almost always less than 70% though. At this point, would I just be better off dominating fixed income and quant/econ? I’m pretty sure I could master fixed income in ~4 or 5 days and econ/quant in probably a little longer.
What do you guys think? How good do you have to be at the other sections to make up for 50-60% FRA? [probably selling myself short here because I’ll likely get higher than 50% on test day]
Thanks in advance
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