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$$ -Value of Becoming A Charterholder?

Here is one method that I have developed to assist in maintaining my motivation to keep studying when I think about other (more fun) uses of the time that I will expend over the entire course of this process.

Total Hours Spent Studying for Exams 776
Total Hours Spent Taking Exams 24

Total Time Spent (in hours) 800

Increase in LifetimeEarnings Potential $1,000,000 (feel free to challenge this one)

Per Hour Comp for Studying at least
the minimum hours and passing
all levels on first try $1,250

Putting it another Way

Total Questions Asked 720
Min # Correct Answers (70% of total) 504

Increase in LifetimeEarnings Potential $1,000,000 (feel free to challenge this one)

Comp for Each Right Answer on Test $1,984

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Shouldn’t you discount these numbers back to today?

Good point, KrukVT :)

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA thats too funny

THAT IS HILARIOUS!!!!

Great analysis. Brian Tracy said: “the more you learn, the more you earn.” So let’s keep learning and earning

http://www.analystforum.com/phorums/read.php?13,606224,606224#msg-606224

this was on the L3 forum. maybe that will shed some light on the issue

jalmy8 Wrote:
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> http://www.analystforum.com/phorums/read.php?13,60
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> this was on the L3 forum. maybe that will shed
> some light on the issue

I read through the posts and quite honestly, it doesn’t seem very motivational at all.

It surely holds some sort of higher value or purpose besides good ole ‘credibility’…I want something concrete dammit!

7 Young, beautiful, virgin concubines for me in the afterlife? Now we’re talking.