Been reading posts of “I have done with Economics, moving to FRA" etc
Curious to find out when do you consider having mastered a topic and ready to move on to the next?
When you skim through the readings
When you completed some/ every single question in the textbook (this would take forever!)
When you memorized all equations I struggle between depth (practising every single question) and breath (doing as many readings as possible)
for me is :
done watching videos fitch learning (only take 1-2 hours per reading)
done doing EOC Curriculum
some questions from Schweser practice exam / Schweser Workshop Questions / Qbanks (maybe not all of the them, skip some)
some questions from past Mock CFAI related to the reading
no BB this time (i assume the questions already covered by EOC/ Schweser Practice Exams/ Qbank)
all of the questions i already done (including formulas & explanation) i put on my samsung galaxy notes 10.1 by screen captured the vital sources and annotated them with my S Pen.
- Watched Video Lectures
- Did CFAI Blue Boxes (notes written and rewritten)
- Did CFAI EOC questions (notes written and rewitten)
For me, that is the core of my studies, plus the Schweser Practice Exams later on. I haven’t fully completed any sections yet as I tend to bounce around from topic-to-topic.I love Schweser Notes (very impressed with them) and Concept Checkers but think of them as supplementary.
I am concentrated on reading through and taking notes. I will do a second iteration - working blue box questions and re-reading schweser. During practice tests I identify weak areas and go back a 3rd time if time permits.
No area is truely done for me until the test is passed. Right now I want to get through all the readings 1 time. I take a lot of notes…