I am a worst-case-scenario person. After the exam, I was thinking what if I was band 10. Now, I started to think about what if I was under PCP investigation?
I sit on the very edge of the level III section, last row last seat. On my left were Level II people.The whole time I never looked at the person sitting next to me but I might glance into the whole level III crowd twice? And I might massage my lower back a couple of times due to the long sit. (Don’t remember it was during the exam or after called stop)
I guess I will have to wait till Jun 22th to see if there is any letter from CFA Institutions.
i opened up the booklet in AM to make sure I signed the pledge as they were walking around to collect the booklet. the proctor walked around to collect my booklet as I was opening up my booklet to check. and she looked at me, and i stared back at her and told her that i was just checking.
and in the pm, i was putting my hand ins my sweatshirt pocket and taking them out.
serious phobia that i might get a letter.
i can’t even do anything about it, other than wait.
Yeah, but I also find myself caring less as I become further and further separated from the exam. On Sunday and Monday after the exam it’s all I could think about. Now work has gotten busy, I’ve got a bunch of summer trips planned, I bought a new car, etc. I still think about it of course, but it’s not like that obsessive feeling from a few weeks ago.
Plus the ability to read for pleasure again is such a joy.
Try to find stuff to occupy your mind. Of course I’m a hypocrite typing this, but coming here doesn’t help. I find I let other people’s insecurities and fears project onto my own. I felt good right after the exam, why should I be less confident now? Because xxCFAGUY69xx said the PM was a beast and if you don’t think so you fell into a bunch of traps? Come on.
Agreed on a few levels. I’m glad to have my life back. I’ve reached out to a few friends I stopped talking to as my study ramped up. I’m actually taking some time away from everything except work now.
However, I find myself drawing strength from others weaknesses. I felt good after I left, and knowing the MPS is a sliding scale I feel better listening to everybody get nervous. Watch I’m that guy who just knows he passed and fails. Haha.