AuthorTopic: 200-250 hrs study time if already experience in finance?
SteelNerves
@2016-04-09 10:32:03
I have a finance/economics background, worked both in banking and brokerage and was in a top corporate finance analyst training program 10 years ago, but that said, I feel pretty familiar with the topics and terminology, just need to push through the material and practice problems I guess and hoping that 200-250 hours will do the trick?

Right now it seems to me as far as the qualitative work it's more of making lists and memorizing (specifically applying the Codes and Standards) and for the quantitative making sure I still understand how to apply the equations and ratios, is that correct? I've read on other forums the quant on level 1 really isn't too challenging further from NPV (but that level 2 is really tough), is that correct?

What would someone say the most difficult aspects are for the exam qualitatively and quantitatively? Thank you very much in advance! Good luck for everyone in June!!!

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