I’ve got a question about the learning outcome statements and I’ll illustrate with an example. In alternative investments, one of the learning outcome statements says the following:
" Explain the advantages and risks of ETFs"
Now, in the material, the discussion on ETFs is broken down into Advantages, Types, Disadvantages, Risks, Application. While I realise all of this is important, my brain has limited capacity so I’m looking at efficiency gains. Does this mean I don’t need to revise Types, Disadvantages and Applications?
This is just one example but there are plenty more - the less rote learning, the better I say.
Thanks in advance for guidance.