|Author||Topic: where do I stand now?|
|I've completed 6 of the analystnotes mock exams that were included in the study package. I separated the first 5 exams out into AM one day and PM the next day. I completed the 6th exam in one day to simulate actual exam day stress. My first 3 exams were kinda low (high 50s to mid 60s) which was kind of expected. However, I've been showing much improvement in the last 3 exams I took (all above 70%). My only fear now, and I guess it's everyone's fear, is not knowing how much studying is enough and how prepared you think you are vs. how prepared you actually are. Anyone else in the same boat?|
|Do the CFAI mocks as they are the best preparation for the exam. The schweser/analystnotes ones do not have questions worded the same as the CFAI. I would suggest doing them today, and reviewing/relaxing a bit tomorrow and getting a good nights sleep.|
|Everyone's in the same boat. It's the unifying joy of the CFA process. And even once you're done with the exam you get a nice long period to second guess how well you did before you'll truly know. Fun right?
Your mock scores look good. Just take care of yourself the next few days and go crush it.
|Yes the wording/structure of the questions differ tremendously, which kind of puts me on edge. The CFAI mock questions are much more wordy and quantitative (overall a lot more difficult than the schweser ones). Now I'm starting to second guess myself.|
CFA Discussion Topic: where do I stand now?
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.