guys, i’m curious how’s everyone formulating the exam day strategy ?
I practiced and did Lv. 2 by reading the entire case then answer the multiple choices questions. But when practicing Lv 3 AM sessions, i found it quite efficient to read questions first and then go back to case paragraphs to get the context. Is this a economical strategy for the real exam? what’s the real exam book look like, single-sided or double sided?
Some of the tips says that it’s important to use watch wisely on exam day, to track the time lapse on each question, eg from 10:00 - 10:05 answer Q2 Question B. I found it quite difficult to practice. Is there an alternative?
For the PM sessions, I noticed that CFA website qbank is structured in a way that each case paragraph discusses one question, so usually 6 questions in total. But I think the CFAI sent out email saying that 2019 exam structure will be altered, that each case question will have unequal number of questions. So what’s a good strategy for PM session ?