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Get a sneak peak at Kaplan Schweser's curriculum for the Level I CFA exam with this STEP 1: Enter your information in the form below and click Submit Form. Download CFA Level 1 Books, Study Material & Notes in PDF format for free. CFA Books are available here for download. We've provided best. I passed LI with textbooks and Schweser notes (along with cfacenter practice exams). . here who is willoing to send me a pdf copy of the schwester study notes? . I am planning to register for the Level 1 CFA exam in June 07, and was quite.
The Schweser notes are just, as what they say: Hi all, i m at first attemp for the L Yeah, nothing is perfect, but don't blame the study notes for you not passing. As a result, I failed. I read the Schweser Notes and AnalystNotes which I found of similar quality, took the questions at the end of the lessons and did the majority of the questions in the book. Supervised and Unsupervised Machine Learning
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Module 9. Linear and Log-Linear Trend Models 3. I read schweser notes. I felt they were too condensed. The practice questions online were too easy. DirtyHarry I agree with Stoyan. Schweser doesn't explain throughly. So, anyone read it, must have previous background in finance or accounting and economic. It all depends on the person, doesn't it. Many people will fail. Some used Schewser, some Stalla, some analystnotes, some go through all the readings.
Many failures will blame the notes. I have even heard people blame the required course materials i. I passed all three exams in a row. I also attended some courses expensive for the sake of getting some human conact - but they were pretty lame.
I agree with Wassup - study hard! And if you can't do it, it wasn't meant to be. I used Schweser Notes as only a starter. I relied on the text books and practice exams to clear Level I in Dec You can't expect to clear CFA by studying help notes Schweser or anything else.
I used Schweser notes for my L1 exam.
Mine is a sad story! While I am not here to criticize Schweser notes for being poor and so forth, I attribute my failure to pass the exam on both occassions to 2 major factors i. I work in an investment bank and I easily spend a minimum of 12 hours a day in the office!! On worst case scenario, I even clock the same number of hours or more on weekends. So I hardly have the time to flip through the notes, let alone grasp the concepts!
I graduated with a degree in marketing management and Information systems. How in the world I ended up in an investment bank crunching numbers and evaluating credit proposals is another story all together.
Razmataaz I found the notes to be helpful, even though there was a lot of room for improvement. I thought the practice exams made by Schweser were not really tough enough, the explainations of some of the answers could certainly be better. Schweser was posting updates and corrections to the notes till the very last day!
I had gone in to the exam room confidently but came out worried. Thank God I did end up passing. Bottom Line: Just don't lose your focus! Schweser isn't very well structured and if faced with the choice again for Level 2 notes, I would make another choice. It is not a question of the right study material but time spend infront of the books and a little bit luck as well.
If you start early enough and you spend aprox 10 to 15 hours per week this should be sufficient. Jen Sounds like a lot of whining here. I agree with tinaa. Yeah, nothing is perfect, but don't blame the study notes for you not passing.
The test was not made for everyone. All you can do is study and work hard. I blam jen and tinaa for all my failures. I'll try to use analystnotes for the practice exams I hope I pass this time. Pinoyquant Is there anyone here who is willoing to send me a pdf copy of the schwester study notes?
I want to see how bad it is. I'm to sit for the June level 1 exam.
I've read somebody on this thread purchased it but just left it parked to gather dust. A mendicant person here would be happy to have that garbage. I don't think it's particularly responsible to blame anyone but yourself if you failed. I failed. I read the Schweser Notes and AnalystNotes which I found of similar quality, took the questions at the end of the lessons and did the majority of the questions in the book. Schweser was very much how to calculate certain things.
The real questions I thought were much less about calculations and much more about cause and effect, directional answers, etc. Just my opinion, but I will be steering clear of Schweser for my next try at L1 in June. The consensus seems to be the Analystnotes' mock questions are good.
I agree. I also took the Level I in Dec and didn't make it. I used the schweser extensively. I want to take it again in une and want to do it right this time.
I Hello people, I am also taking Level I in june It seems using only one source of material is not enough Thanks to let me know. Terminator I need guidance on what would be the best strategy in preparing for the exam in terms of study methodology, preparatory course provider, time required, etc.
What about the Schweser for practising some questions for level II? Anyone has tested it? Is it good? I work with 3 people who used Schweser for all 3 levels and they passed without any problems. The problem may not be Schweser.
The problem may be you are a moron! TLTan If you have the finance background, do some review with the notes. If you have no background, go get a basic degree 1st or read the CFA curiculum books. Time is paramount.
The Schweser notes are just, as what they say: BertS Some truth in all. Schweser seems not that bad if one had an MBA in Investments and already works as an analyst.