I was going through multinational operations and a (rather dangerous) thought crossed my mind – that for some of the stuff that I just don’t get I might as well take my 1-in-3 chances.
Now before you bring the pitchforks out, I’m just saying. There are just some areas that no matter how much effort I put in at this stage, it feels like my odds aren’t going to improve from 33% anyway. It’s not that I’m saying I’ve decided to skip topics for sure, but wondering whether my efforts might be better suited focusing on something else that I will get, rather than pushing against a brick wall in some topics.
Anyone else feeling the same way?
If i’m really really desperate on time, I would probably do that to some readings like say the last 2 of economics (as i think most of the chunky stuff is on the first reading about FX).
But based on my limited knowledge about the exam, since there should be around 4 items on FRA, I would imagine you could potentially get 1 question from each of the 3 readings in study session 6 (Inter-corporate Investments, Employee Compensation: Post-Employment and Share-Based, Multinational Operations).
I know FRA isn’t easy but it isn’t as tricky as other topics, so we’ll probably just need lots of practice.
I made a ‘priority list’ for the required readings and April 29 deadline to start the practice questions. So, whatever I don’t get done by April 29, I’m diving straight to practice questions.. At this rate, I think I might skim through ethics and the last part of accounting (i’m relying on my accounting background, so I put accounting 2nd from the last on my priority list) and just rely on my practice questions/exams..
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