AuthorTopic: No time for text books
@2015-02-17 12:32:29
hello everyone

I am a L1 candidate, and i used to study from text books. i used analystnotes study notes only for revision. i am working now almost all the day, and i have planed to depend on the analystnotes only, and on text books for misunderstood iems.

do u think that using only notes can guarantee passing?


@2015-02-18 18:44:35
notes are enough if you can figure things out that aren't presented very well in the notes. using two different sets of notes can help a ton and saves you time.
@2015-03-16 01:45:22
do u think that using 2 sets of notes will help?? but the problem is my experience would not allow me to study from short notes in addition to this, i am not American person and i misunderstand some of things like 401k plans, insurance co. products, and the like. text books sometimes help by giving more details.

anyway, thanx macgyver for help

@2015-03-17 11:16:47
I think I found my answer here, thanks guys..
@2018-12-06 13:47:22
Well i would suggest to concentrate on practice questions also along with textbook that will help to analyze to get idea the different type of questions they ask in exam.


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