|Author||Topic: CFA Level 3 -- No Analyst Notes...What Instead?|
|Analyst Notes is not offered for Level 3. I am curious what some of you taking Level 2 currently or those that have passed Level 2 already are planning to use as study material for Level 3. Schweser, Stalla, CFA Institute material or personal preferences for a combination of them?|
|I know, what a pity. AnalystNotes helped me pass L1 my first try, and in 7 days I will try to pass L2 in one shot as well. I will probably end up using Schweser (owned by Kaplan) but their materials are expensive! Ranges from $500 to $1000 USD. Hey AnalystNotes-- take away their market share! Put up some L3 review materials!|
|I second this. As much as I gripe about the site, I don't know what I'm going to do without it (assuming I pass LII)|
|Well, I passed Level 2 with Schweser. I should have used Analyst Notes, but wanted to see if Schweser would suffice. Needless to say, it was inadequate for the actual exam, but I passed anyway.
Not looking forward to Level 3 and having to use Schweser again, but it seems to be the best of the worst without Analyst Notes available for Level 3. I used Analyst Notes for Level 1 and was extremely well prepared for the exam versus Level 2 with Schweser.
Anyone have suggestions for studying for Level 3?
Anyone interested in starting a study group for Level 3?
|I have used AnalystNotes, but combined with the textbooks for both Level I and Level II. Perhaps, I will use only the textbooks for the Level III exam.|
CFA Discussion Topic: CFA Level 3 -- No Analyst Notes...What Instead?
I am happy to say that I passed! Your study notes certainly helped prepare me for what was the most difficult exam I had ever taken.