Just curious how many others are using QBank… Is it worth the time and effort for Level III? Also, what is everyone, who uses QBank, scoring on average/ what is the goal to obtain? Good luck!
not really using it - started on questions last week - not enough time to go through cfai EOC Q, schweser eoc Q, past papers and schweser mocks x7 plus any review of items i’m unsure of…
i may dip into it if i need more practise on areas im struggling on but not sure it will help massively compared to L1 and L2
I’ve been using it a lot over the past few days but I’ve exhausted a LOT of other resources (some, several times over) - this is just a different set of questions.
Thanks for replies. Same here re: exhausting other sources of questions. I have plenty of CFAI EOCs remaining, but very time consuming; may revert to saying answers out loud vs. writing. Ease of QBank is also convenient, just not sure its as relevant as Level I and Level II. Also, my QBank scores for Level III are much higher than they ever were for any other Level. I am hovering around 87-90% consistently. Feel practicing constructed response may be a better use of time…
I’ve used it a good amount for all levels of the exam. I used it more heavily in Feb, March, and April. Now I am doing mock exams on Saturdays with CFAI eocs, note reviews, and qbank during the week.
It’s definitely easier than CFAI problems and Schweser mocks, but not dramatically so.
I’ve done ~1300 and my score is around 85%.
I use q-bank to get study time in generally on the commue to and from work, which can add an extra ~1-1.5 hours a day if I’m efficient. I basically print short quizzes (20-30 questions) for each topic area, and also print the answers. So I just go through the hard copies on the train doing the question, reading the answer and if I got a question wrong, or I didn’t really something, I’ll make a note to review it later. I find it useful, but I don’t really use them for prime studying time - EOC and past exams trump. Did the same for Level II, and for Level I used them during prime study time as well.
Re scores - I havent kept track but I’d say probably in that 80/85% range. They do seem ridiculously easy sometimes…making me question the value, to be honest.