Now that's a creature of habit! Our study guides include all those figures and additional commentary to make the material easily understandable. My weekend study times were a little higher than the average 300 hours - more like 350 hours. Your situation is fine and you're not disadvantaged in any way. This is designed to guide you as you work through the curriculum and give you a reference for formulas and concepts that allows you to have the highlights all in one document. Use it as a on-the-go reference rather than a definitive guide. We release irregular discount, especially for official large holiday. In my schedule, i have wasted nearly one and half months.
I would say aiming for the December 2012 Level I now without much background knowledge would be challenging although not impossible. I am banging my head against the wall most weekdays and still flummoxed by the simplest quantitative methods stuff. Shipping Policy Orders will process for shipping within two business days, or expedited orders will process within 1 business day, unless otherwise specified including backorders, pre-sales, etc. Am glad you're giving it another go end of this year. Most electronics can support this version. You already work in a bank although not your desired team yet , but you should use this opportunity to network and basically find out current opportunities to switch to the team you want. Just one more to go! On your question, no you don't need to pay the enrolment fee again.
Your friends will forgive you after that when you celebrate your passes. For me, I knew I couldn't pay attention in a classroom-style setting and preferred self study. Let's face it, accountants and lawyers have their prestigious qualifications, but not bankers and management consultants. I did 3-4 papers in this month, with scores and timing improving gently over the month first one was an epic fail, as expected. It's hard to answer without knowing more about your circumstances.
Get the edge you need to pass today! Once you start preparing from a book, note down all important points separately, which you can revise fast before the exam. It may not be combined with other discounts or coupon codes. Repetitive reading of materials is how I remember, coupled with tons of practice questions of course - the 'quicksand' effect you'd mentioned is common. In addition, you will get the Dec 2012 update for free too once we have finished with our analysis, in a month or so. The key is to identifying areas you are weak in and focus on getting them right next time.
I'm actually planning to take the exam right after I graduate I'm currently on my last year of college, majoring in Finance and study for it full time roughly 3 and a half months. From your perspective as someone who got into a grad scheme and seems to be on the right track do you think I have a chance of getting into an Ibank grad role or similar scheme? I just cannot seem to get this stuff to stick in my head as all the topics just seem so similar but with just a few little differences that scramble as soon as a new element is introduced. Much more clear than other providers! It is a simple procedure that we can simulate the real exams scenarios. We can download it and read on the computer, or print it out for writing and testing. Resurrecting last year's thread - please post if any of these links are no longer valid, and please feel free to add your own. Any one or two from the list will suffice.
Not only must you learn the curriculum, but you must also comprehend how to apply your knowledge when answering 120 item set questions. The student discount is also available to those who have graduated within 90 days of the date they order. I had enrolled for the exam in July whilst pursuing my Masters degree in international finance. Please what reading plan and material should I adopt. Some have done it in weeks, but obviously they are the minority. Filled with real-world illustrations and hands-on applications, this text takes a rigorous, empirical approach to teaching students about topics such as investment instruments, capital markets, behavioral finance, hedge funds, and international investing.
Thanks nova Hello Nova, Well done, that's an early start for June 2013 Level 1, keep up the good work! Give yourself some time to mull over questions, but once times up, shoot and go! My target is to prepare for the level 1 and 2 at the same time and take both in december. Best of luck, and do update me on your progress! Ethics is best learnt by examples and practice questions. The practice test is free for all readers to take online, and upon completion you will receive a detailed answer and performance report, including a comparison to the rest of the sample that have previously taken the exam. This was the perfect opportunity to pick up these concepts in a more practical way, having learnt bits and bobs on the job. Remember , and I recommend trying at least 6 full papers timed in your overall studies to get the feel of the speed required for exam. I also prefer quieter surroundings, such as a library.
At the moment I am struggling to review anything as I am caught up in trying to push forward through the material. Hi Paurnakrishna, Thanks for popping by. I highly recommend everyone to have a look at it atleast once. The are pretty solid advice too. Color-Coded The color-coding feature, which makes it easier for you to follow cases and examples that make references to graphs and sets of financial statements.
Practising lots of question will definitely increase your chances. Hi James, Good to hear from you and welcome to 300 Hours! It is a worthwhile investment - , compared to a. It is these 2 months that I learnt the most, after I started to try out practice questions. Thanks and congrats about your 18 months! In fact, I'd say with your Finance major and 3. If not received within 12 hours, please contact us. On your ethics question: I used Schweser notes only for my revision and like you said, they are concise, which is great! It's a lot of info to cover after all.