2 Great Resources for CFA® Exam Success

Wiley CFA Exam Review Exam Resources

 

Pass the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) Exam

Everyone knows how tough the CFA exam is, but with the right instruction and tools, you can pass. The team at Wiley has put together two great resources to help you pass the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) Exam this December with confidence.

1. CFA Exam Calculator Guide

Your calculator will be your best friend on exam day. To learn how to maximize your calculator’s potential, be sure to watch our CFA Exam Calculator Guide Video and download the accompanying cheat sheet. You’ll get a short overview that explores optimal settings for the CFA® exam and points out some troublesome time value of money (TVM) keys. By learning some simple keystrokes, you can answer questions faster with more accuracy on exam day. You’ll be surprised to learn just how much time you can save on exam day by knowing some simple calculator tips and tricks. That’s a huge advantage!


Learn how to leverage the full potential of your calculator here.

2. Wiley’s Virtual Classroom Series

Darren Degraaf, lead instructor for Wiley’s Level I CFA® Exam Review will be hosting weekly, live online classes for the December Level I in Wiley’s Virtual Classroom Series. He’ll drill into fundamental topics and show you how to solve the kinds of problems you’re likely to find on the actual exam. All sessions are recorded and available for later review, so you’ll never miss a class. As an added bonus, on Saturday, July 22 and July 29 you can join the first two classes on Ethics and Quantitative Methods for free.

Learn more about Wiley’s Virtual Classroom Series and register to attend here.

2 Comments

  • Tamij |

    How many hours a day need to pass Ievel 1 being a bba graduate

    1. Adam Wade |

      Hi Tamij – the CFA exams are extremely challenging. The general advice is study *at least* 300 hours per level. Studying far above that amount is very common. You should break up that time based on when you’re taking the exam (such as over five months for Dec exams). Hope that helps! Adam

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