Preparing for Level I with IFT

We know how daunting it is to start preparing for the CFA exams. To achieve success, you have to organize, schedule, study and practice, all in the most efficient way. That’s why we have made a simple How to Prepare for the CFA exams series to guide you through the process of beginning your studies.  After you watch the below video, make sure you watch these videos carefully :  Watch the video below and the one below it. NEXT: click here to watch this video next!  (How to Prepare for your Level I CFA® Exam with IFT)

Level I

Preparing for Level II with IFT

We know how daunting it is to start preparing for the CFA exams. To achieve success, you have to organize, schedule, study and practice, all in the most efficient way. That’s why we have made a simple How to Prepare for the CFA exams series to guide you through the process of beginning your studies. Make sure you watch the below video next “Level II CFA: Pass the exam with IFT!”   https://youtu.be/

Level II

Final Advice for Level I Candidates

With the exam just around the corner I want to share some advice with Level I candidates, especially those who are taking the Level I exam for the first time. Print your admission ticket and make sure the name matches exactly what you have on the passport. If there is a discrepancy, inform CFA Institute as soon as possible. I know people who were sent back on exam day because the name on the exam ticket and the name on the passport did not match. Get a good night’s sleep before the exam. A fresh mind is your biggest asset… Read More

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Final Advice for Level II Candidates

As a Level II candidate you are a veteran of at least one CFA exam. Hence, most of what I’m going to say is probably not going to be a revelation.  Nevertheless, I feel the points made here will serve as useful reminders. Print your admission ticket and make sure the name matches exactly what you have on the passport. If there is a discrepancy, inform CFA Institute as soon as possible. I know people who were sent back on exam day because the name on the exam ticket and the name on the passport did not match. Get a… Read More

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Final Advice for Level III Candidates

Dear Level III Candidates, Over the years I’ve seen intelligent and hardworking Level III candidates fail because they did not manage their time well on the morning (structured response) exam.  Please do not let this happen to you.   Be careful about how much time you should spend on each question and stick to the time limit.  If a question is taking too long just write down the most sensible things you can come up with and move on.  Never ever leave anything blank.  Even if the examiner wants to give you some marks he/she can’t unless you’ve written something.  So… Read More

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