|Author||Topic: Ethics Study Strategy?|
For those who've done it, what strategy did you take in studying ethics? I am through my review of the "other" stuff and per others - recommendation saved ethics for last so I didn't forget it all closer to the test.
I will study out of the CFA curriculum as opposed to AN notes that I used for other stuff, but is it simply read through and try to digest? Did you take notes? Just trying to devise a plan of attack and wondering if anyone had a method that worked well for these "wordy" topics.
Any help appreciated, thanks!
|read through the Code of Ethics that they have on the CFAI website, it has a ton of examples and problems, prob don't have to read the whole thing as it is massive, just scroll through & print the end of section problems. Study the same way as you should be with other sections- do all the problems you can find. Good luck, somehow they make the questions very tricky.|
|Try to note the critical concepts behind questions. Once you start noting it down, you will see a trend how in a single question there will be 2-3 application of concepts. It will be little time consuming, but will get rid of the confusion that you have regarding a specific questions if you know all the concepts correctly. Questions after the topic areas in CFA curriculum is a must to go through.|
CFA Discussion Topic: Ethics Study Strategy?
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