|Author||Topic: ancient questions etc.|
|Hi, this is the first time I post a message here. Great site!!
I have a couple of questions. A friend of mine gave me practice questions booklet from 2007. Some text books were different then. Do you guys think it is good idea to work on problems of this old?
Another thing, I know we are supposed to use a word "CFA" only as an adjective. However, I often see expression like "John Doe, CFA", even on official CFA study guide. In this case, "CFA" is considered to be an adjective? I am not native English speaker and confused.
Any insight will be appreciated. Thanks.
|I believe that everybody is using Somebody, CFA in their name card, but you just cannot do so in the exam. Anyway who cares?|