What if we told you could save minutes–literally minutes–during the CFA® Exam?
That’s valuable time you could use to re-check your answers and ensure you get the highest score possible. And all you have to do is learn a few calculator shortcuts.
Maybe you’re familiar with this thing? It’s a Texas Instruments BA II Plus calculator and it’s one of the only two calculators approved for use during the CFA exam. (Be sure to familiarize yourself with the CFA Institute’s calculator policy.)
But chances are you aren’t leveraging its full potential.
Darren Miller, CFA, one of Wiley’s CFA Exam Review instructors has created a cheat sheet of calculator shortcuts.
This helpful cheat sheet covers:
If you don’t have a BA II Plus now, you’ll want one (buy one here) after reading Darren’s tips.