Level I CFA® Program Exam Pass Rate Hits Record Low
The CFA Institute announced the pass rates for the May 2021 Level I CFA exam, and only 25% of the nearly 26,000 test-takers passed, marking the lowest rate since the test began in 1963. The root of this decline is still being researched–from the recent computer-based testing to shifting study habits. To ensure we are fully supporting our students. Let’s review how the features in Wiley’s CFA test prep can better prepare you for the exam.
5 Ways to De-Stress Before the CFA Exam
Does the looming CFA exam have you stressed out? You’re definitely not alone. Here are five ways you can de-stress before Exam Day.
Top Questions You Must Master to Pass the Level II CFA Exam
To help you prepare for the rigors of exam day, Wiley has prepared a 6-page cheat sheet with step-by-step instructions for answering ten typical Level II exam questions including foreign exchange, investments in financial assets, binomial interest rate trees, full and partial goodwill methods, periodic pension cost and more! Which of the following is least…
Our First Free CFA Level III Exam Lesson! Business Cycle Analysis
Did you hear? Wiley just launched its new Level III CFA Exam Review courses, designed by the very best CFA instructors in the world (Basit Shajani, Peter Olinto and Daren Miller, to name a few). For a little taste of what you’ll find in the new courses, this month free lecture is specifically for the…
How To Master The Toughest Questions On The Level I CFA Exam
With the numerous topics covered on the CFA Exam, it can be difficult to prioritize where to focus your efforts. From net present value to internal rate of return, feeling overwhelmed with information is likely (and understandable!). To help prepare for the rigors of exam day, we’ve prepared a cheat sheet, which includes step-by-step instructions…
Free CFA Exam Level I Lecture: Evaluating Past Performance and Predicting Future Performance
When it comes to analyzing financial statements, it’s common to use a company’s past performance to help gain an understanding of its likely future performance. In this free video lecture from Wiley’s CFA® Exam Review, Peter Olinto details how to evaluate a company’s past performance and predict its future performance using financial statement analysis.
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