CFA CFA Level 1 CFA curriculum in the PDF format

CFA curriculum in the PDF format

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      I would like to ask, is there a way to download a full PDF version of the CFA Level 1 curriculum? I prefer the paper version, but it’s not convenient to carry a book with me every time. I read on my tablet the ethics section, which I downloaded from CFAI website, but other readings are not available.

      I believe I have good visual memory and I think it would be better to see the same paper version layout, so the VitalSource Bookshelf version is not an option. I don’t want to scan every page 🙁

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        There is no way to download the material in PDF directly. All the curriculum books are accessible on vitalsource. If you have a pdf printer installed on your computer, then you can convert the curriculum per reading into pdf. This need to be repeated for all the readings. 

        I converted the whole curriculum and ordered for print. I feel convenient reading on a printed version.

        Alternately, on a tablet, you can download and access all the the content using CFA Program study app.

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        Another vote for print. The vitalsource stuff is just not worth bothering about imo.

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        In all honesty boys and girls, the Vitalsource stuff is exactly the same as the book, just delivered in a different way (digitally) – I used it on iphone, htc andro-phone, ipad and pc with no issues at all…
        Anyway, @Mix‌ what problems are you having downloading the material via vitalsource? I honestly don’t understand when you say you want to see it laid out in the same way as the book. The V/S material look pretty identical to me, even down to the covers glossary and such (granted that’s on the PC)

        And yes as @krishTa‌ said, you could pdf print each reading individually via bullzip pdf printer or similar by downloading it on V/S on your pc and running it through bullzip one reading at a time if you want.

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        Thanks for your answers. I just wanted to have the exact same layout as the printed edition, but I think I’ll use Vitalsource stuff.

        Thanks again!

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