AuthorTopic: CFA success at 3 levels
kawa
@2018-05-11 09:28:43
hey everybody... its very realistic to pass level 1, i am completely confident of being able to pass it, but how challenging are levels 2 and 3? does anyone here know? in my opinion the success rate for levels 2 and 3 are 30-40% sounds high, am i right or wrong? is there anyway of drawing parallels between these 3-exams and going through law school and passing the bar exam? please share your thoughts and opinions...
myron
@2018-05-14 23:09:08
Think of Levels 2 and 3 this way--30-40% of the 40% who pass Level 1 will pass Levels 2-3. It's tough.
prasanna
@2018-07-08 20:22:49
Thats getting though each exam in one shot. I know people who failed one level, I've heard of others who failed two and still passed. You need to adjust your probabilities up to reflect that, unfortunately there are no stats telling us how many people have written it multiple times, but the institute does say that it takes the average person (>50% of the charterholder POP) 5 years to complete the exams.

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