I think am seriously short of time now and kind of thinking to complete the reading sessions first and moving on to questions later. Is this a bad idea/strategy???
very bad strategy. unless you make it a part of your learning - you are just reading pages without really determining how much you really are understanding. Unless you already have a good background in all that’s being said - this would be a bad strategy, imho.
I’m short in time too. But I would rather cut some less important stuff like derivatives.
It is very important to always check your knowledge - take the tests! You don´t realize that you don´t get the whole picture if you just read without trying to solve any questions. Most important: try to solve old CFA-exam-questions. Daniel www.berufsexamen.de
I read an entire textbook before doing any of the questions for L1 and L2. It depends on the person.