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Level 1 December exam prepration

Hi ,

Is it possible to complete and pass if I start preparing for L1 from now ?

Your recommendation is highly appreciated for best source ?

Wiley or Shweser ?

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Yes and remember to Practice, Practice and Practice.

Don’t know about other sources but I am on Kaplan

mohamed2018 wrote:

Hi ,

Is it possible to complete and pass if I start preparing for L1 from now ?

Your recommendation is highly appreciated for best source ?

Wiley or Shweser ?

Is it possible? It depends on your circumstances…if you have worked 20 years as an asset manager and graduated from Tier-1 school…I’d say your chances of passing are really high if start preparing now. But if you’re 21 yr old recent graduated who majored in Medieval Arts, then I wouldn’t put my money on you passing.

My point is: based on the info you provided, no one can provide you accurate advice. 

Best source? -> Mark Meldrum. 

It ain't what you don't know that gets you in trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so.

Quick question,

Any recommendations for best way to prep for Dec. if you took level one two years ago and didn’t pass?

I’m going through the readings (using Kaplan) and just feel like it’s not the best use of time to go over it all again. The issue is I am familiar with the content just very rusty on formulas, questions, etc.

Any recommendations?

Thanks. 

SPS100 wrote:

Quick question,

Any recommendations for best way to prep for Dec. if you took level one two years ago and didn’t pass?

I’m going through the readings (using Kaplan) and just feel like it’s not the best use of time to go over it all again. The issue is I am familiar with the content just very rusty on formulas, questions, etc.

Any recommendations?

Thanks. 

Anything but Schweser. Other than that, just hard work. 

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