You’re about to take the most difficult of the three CFA exams (in my humble opinion); Saturday’s the day.
You’ve put in the time, you’ve come here with your questions (and, I hope, have gotten them answered), and you know a lot more about financial analysis than you did in January. Now’s the chance for you to show off what you know. Do your best.
Take a breather on Friday. A little light review – Ethics, formulae, lists of junk to remember – is all you should be doing.
You’ve already passed Level I, so you know how to relax during the test; be sure that you do.
At worst, you’ll fail a stupid exam and have to come back next year. Many good analysts do. It’s not a big deal. If you weren’t safe in your own home, that would be a big deal. If you had a family member with a terminal illness, that would be a big deal. Failing this exam doesn’t even come close. Do your best, and you can be proud, win or lose.
Best of luck on Saturday!