The Coronavirus Pandemic is changing our lives. Here is some advice for CFA Level II 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
As I have mentioned in earlier blogs, Level II is significantly more quantitatively intense relative to the Level I. Specifically, there is an emphasis on pricing and valuation across multiple topics. Some candidates might have cleared Level I by slogging in the last few weeks; this strategy is much less likely to work at Level II. It is critical that, firstly, you have the right materials to study from, and secondly, you use a well thought out strategy for preparation. In this blog, I will address both of the above. Beyond the curriculum, at IFT we feel that we have… Read More
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 next video “Level II CFA: Preparing with IFT!” Make sure you watch the next video “Level II CFA: What are IFT Video Lectures?”
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
To begin, I would like to congratulate you. You have passed the Level II exam, a significant accomplishment. Now, however, your next major target should be to clear the Level III exam. Unless there are compelling reasons otherwise, I’d recommend that you take the Level III exam in June 2020. You have a rhythm going, the Level II material is relatively fresh, so why wait? Now let us talk a little about Level III. There is a common perception that Level II is the hardest of all three exams, and so things get a little easier with Level III…. Read More
If you failed the Level II exam your natural response is probably to feel disappointed. You might even be wondering whether or not you should continue with the CFA Program. The typical advice is to keep trying; however, I suggest a more thoughtful approach. Put the result on the side for a moment and ask yourself: did I really enjoy the subject matter? Try doing a post-audit on why you did not pass. Was it because you did not have enough time to prepare for the exam? Or did you have a very hard time understanding the concepts? Is… Read More