The Coronavirus Pandemic is changing our lives. Here is some advice for CFA Level I candidates.
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CFA Institute has taken an unprecedented move to postpone the June 2020 exams. Given the circumstances, however, this is not unexpected. The reason provided is ‘For the safety of our global community’. You can read the press release here: https://www.cfainstitute.org/en/about/press-room/cfa-institute-coronavirus We are in direct contact with CFA Institute, but for the most up to date information, please refer to the CFA Institute website. Here are some key takeaways at this point: Candidates are advised not to withdraw from the June 2020 exam By early May you will be contacted with more specific information and options IFT will continue to support… Read More
Dear December 2019 Level I Candidates, The moment of truth has come. I’m sure you have been anxiously waiting for your Level I result. You will experience the agony of failure or the thrill of victory. Read my advice on how to interpret your results and what to do next. If you pass If you fail Best regards, Arif Irfanullah, CFA
In his book Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell asserts,“10,000 hours is the magic number of greatness”. After reading the book I began to wonder whether there was a ‘magic number’ in the context of preparing for the CFA exams. Though most of you do not have 10,000 hours left to prepare, it is tempting to say that if you study more than x number of hours, you’ll pass. However, after many years of preparing candidates I’ve realized that there is no magic number of study hours. This is particularly true with Level I. The number of required study hours varies from candidate… Read More
Today CFA Institute is announcing the results for the June 2019 Level I and II exams. If you know your result, then you have either experienced the joy of passing or the disappointment of falling short. The result time is always slightly awkward for me – because I share the happiness of those who did well, while at the same time I feel for those who did not make it. For those who took the Level I or II exam, you will fall in one of the categories given below. Please click on the link which describes your situation. •… Read More