AuthorTopic: Study Guides and/or CFA Books?
@2016-04-01 16:49:07
I am appearing for CFA Level 1 2016 exam. I have read through three study sessions using CFA books. I recently got access to AnalystNotes Pro Package.

I was wondering is it better to just refer AN Study Notes and only refer to CFA books in case there is a need to clarify/eloborate, or go through both CFA and study notes? Will the second approach be a overhead?

What approaches have you followed?
@2016-04-26 08:08:14
I would say that depends on your background. If you need a full introduction to the material stick to the CFAi readings, but give yourself more time. otherwise you can get a fairly good summary with any of the major third party prep providers. I think the essential part is that you verify your understanding with continuous practice questions/review and drill down on areas you don't feel comfortable with. Good luck.

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