CFA CFA Level 1 Question about Study Strategy – Level 1 June 2019

Question about Study Strategy – Level 1 June 2019

  • Author
    Posts
    • mvfridman
      Participant
      Up
      0
      Down

      I am preparing for CFA Level 1 June 2019 doing the following:

      First 4 months:
      1. Start study session
      2. Read Schweser notes and do end of chapter exercises
      3. Do QBank exercises for that study session
      4. Go to the next study session and repeat

      Last month:
      1. Do mock exams
      2. Review hard topics that are not very clear

      Do you think this is a good study strategy? What would you do to improve study efficiency? Any thoughts are welcome.

      Thanks in advance.

    • fabian
      Participant
      Up
      4
      Down

      Sounds good. Make sure you keep the pace and finish studying on time – that’s a common issue.

    • concernedape
      Participant
      Up
      1
      Down

      I’m on a similar schedule, hope it pays off. I did the exact same strategy for L1 – do I need to step it up for L2 or should the same strategy be enough?

    • towengreen
      Participant
      Up
      3
      Down

      Question regarding AnalystNotes. Rachel Bryant swore by them in her “Direct Path to the CFA Charter”. She leaned on them heavily for L1. Admittedly being a bit cheap when it comes to the 3rd party study guides.

      Has anyone had good experiences with AnalystNotes as a sole supplement to the Curriculum?

    • rutadaniel
      Participant
      Up
      2
      Down
      Question regarding AnalystNotes. Rachel Bryant swore by them in her “Direct Path to the CFA Charter”. She leaned on them heavily for L1. Admittedly being a bit cheap when it comes to the 3rd party study guides.

      Has anyone had good experiences with AnalystNotes as a sole supplement to the Curriculum?

      I think it’s fine as a supplement but not a replacement for the curriculum. Analystnotes is good for reference but I don’t think it works well as a main provider.

      L2 and L3 analystnotes may not be as useful though.

Viewing 4 reply threads
  • You must be logged in to reply to this topic.