|Author||Topic: 2003 dec results: 37% pass rate|
|blimey!! only 37% pass rate. soon they will only pass 1 person per sitting!! luckily i passed. well done to all those who passed and best of luck to those who did not and are gonna sit again.|
|Used CFA Center & notes found for free on the web, put in ~100 hours, scored like 40th percentile on CFA Center exams. Passed. Only regret is that level II is in 5.5 months!|
|Used nothing but CFACENTER(!). Clocked 52 hrs on on this website, plus some time of offline studying. Glad I passed, pleased with scores. AC (Financial statement analysis) is the only section where i scored below 50%. Did feel during the exam that cfacenter notes and samples were not sufficient in trhis section, especially what concerns turnover ratios.
A word of warning to 2004 CFA I candidates. Study as many samples as you can, dont leave everything for the last two weeks, as Schweser suggests. I have studied finance twice in the past, and this can partially explain why i passed having not put much effort into preparing for the exam.
|I used CFA questions and summary notes on each topic and passed - the best 40 bucks I have spent given that other compaies want US$600- 1000 for inferior notes.
Thank you to the CFACENTER team if they would like to contact me with some 'style' of questions from 2003 I would be more than happy to assist as I remember a fair few
|Kalps, I have to join you in expressing my deepest gratitude to the creators of cfacenter.
For me it has been a great learning resource, and I'd be happy to recommend it to other candidates. Clear A+ for both design and content.
CFA Discussion Topic: 2003 dec results: 37% pass rate
I was very pleased with your notes and question bank. I especially like the mock exams because it helped to pull everything together.