|Author||Topic: studying for cfa|
|I am the pro at CFA writing. The secret to writing CFA is to not study ethics ,,,, just read it twice. Second do not read or study answers from previous exams since there is no continuity between years. The exams test for understanding. You either understand the conceptual framework or you donnot. Whatever....do you guys know what to do with a cfa in the city of toronto|
|Sorry torcfa. I dont think your advice is very good. Just reading ethics in my opinion is not enough - you need to practice questions to get your mind thinking the right way.
Second, looking at exam papers (or better,actually doing them) always helps cement the knowledge. Obviously if you are attempting past papers too far back where the curriculum has changed then that is a different story. But in any case, going through old exams, you would realise what is current and what is not.
|Where can I get access to past CFA Level 1, 2 and 3 exam papers? Also, only prep material for Level 1 is provided on this site. Do you intend to post additional resources for Level 2 and 3? Thanks|
CFA Discussion Topic: studying for cfa
I just wanted to share the good news that I passed CFA Level I!!! Thank you for your help - I think the online question bank helped cut the clutter and made a positive difference.