AuthorTopic: How I passed CFA Level I
@2017-10-02 19:55:16
I would like to share my experience with passing CFA Level I because I did not proceed according to the generally recommended approach with study for a long time period (about six months before the exam) but rather intensively during a short time period about three weeks directly before the exam.

Maybe, this approach is not ideal and rather risky but I want to mention that it is possible way and you are able to pass the exam even if you are studying deeply during a short time period.

The main characteristics of my approach were:

- study intensively during a short time period directly before the exam (3 weeks);

- using AnalystNotes only;

- start study the most important topics and well-known to me first (e.i. Economics, Ethics, Financial Reporting, Corporate Finance, Quantitative methods, Equity Investments, Fixes Income Investments, etc.)

- test my knowledge after each section by review questions in AnalystNotes, rather than do tests with all topics together (CFA sample tests, mock test);

- take regular breaks; and

- never panic.

CFA Discussion Topic: How I passed CFA Level I

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I was very pleased with your notes and question bank. I especially like the mock exams because it helped to pull everything together.
Martin Rockenfeldt

Martin Rockenfeldt