AuthorTopic: Level 1 in dec, level 2 in june?
@2017-12-29 17:02:46

Is anyone who sat L1 a few weeks ago planning on sitting for the L2 exam in June? I'm thinking of waiting until I get the results of L1 through before I start studying for L2 but a bit worried that I wont be leaving myself enough time? Is four months enough? I plan on studying from AN notes only and not wasting my time reading through the reams of material in the CFAI books. I dont want to jinx myself by starting to study for L2 now, although I feel the L1 exam went pretty well.

Any thoughts?
@2017-01-23 11:43:53
I started reading a little of book 1, lots of level 1 topics are condensed, the entire 1st book for level 2 compose of ethics, quant and economics.

I also signed up as an analystnotes paid member again for level 2. Their policy is if I failed level 1 in Dec they will change my paid account to be for level 1 so I would not need to pay any extra money no matter what the result would be.
@2018-01-01 16:58:07
Look at L2 sample exam paper - you will get an idea of how much time you need. It is basically a deeper level test of the concepts you learn on L1 plus some. So if your L1 concepts are pretty well grounded, it will give you a fair idea of how long you would need to prepare for L2.

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