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.
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Practising lots of question will definitely increase your chances. Make sure that you complete Schweser cover to cover. Tech Admissions Please who can share the Kaplan Schweser level 1 question bank. Email address: Thanks a lot. Hi Shubhame can you share it to me also. If you have slide note for Ifran too please.
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Each reading in the SchweserNotes has been broken into smaller, bite-sized modules with Module Quizzes interspersed throughout to help you continually assess your comprehension. Would like to get some feedback from those who have used the CFA textbooks, is it helpful or does it make things complicated due to it being lengthy and detailed?
June 07 Level 1 has 6 books which looks pretty time consuming to cover through all. Hello Ugochukwu, are you looking forward to Dec '06 or June '07? I know many people who pass relying solely on Schweser, I also know that many people who pass relying solely on AnalystNotes.
Stop complaining about notes providers and focus on your study.
Good luck! Sirius Hi, im planning to sit the level 1 exams in June Can some one please advice me on which study notes to choose between CFA's books and Schweser's?
They are both pretty expensive and i dont want to spend all that money on something thats summarised and assumes I already know this or that. Hey guys I want to understand where to start. I registered for Level 1 last week.
I am a chartered accountant working as a Corporate Financier in London. If anyone is out there who can advise which notes to buy: I have already got hold of analyst notes. Thanks for the help. GreyArrow Use Analystnotes for the notes and the questions and exams. By the way Im a graduate in Finance and even then Im not using Shweser. All the best. DrewZ Quick question, I just ordered the Schweser, books to start studying for my level 1 exam and after reading this I am a little worried about if I have enough to go off of.
I'm not taking any classes they are to expensive , so this will be all self study. I have a basic knowledge of finance was my major.
But where else should I be looking for materials that are good. Musinga I'm sitting for level 1 in June and still very much confused about which study material to rely on. I've got a solid background in corporate finance and economics.
Can I just rely on analystnotes to pass level 1?
Someone please advise. Hello people, would appreciate a lot if somebody here, who has used schweser for L2 can give me some comments. Failure Hi, Schweser Notes basically acts as a good summary for those who have a very solid financial bankgrounds. Now I read the actual text and understand before reading study notes and that is more effective. Effort is still required and there are no shortcuts to getting this designation.
Hi all, i m at first attemp for the L I think Schweser is ok. I worked with AnalystNotes and Schweser. I also had the CFA books to look up certain things but I hardly ever used them. It's just too much to read. I passed L1 in Dez the exam was difficult. I had to study a lot to pass eventhough I already have a very good background in finance.
Hi From the all of the above post. The summary is: Student without solid financial background, Schweser is not enough, thus CFA text book is better. How about audio books? Have anyone try it? The firts one to study and do exercises I think schweser has inproved as against what they might had postd for previous exams.
Anyone use Stalla? I currently am using Stalla and this site and find that in most cases the stalla questions are easier I have schwser notes from Do you guys think i shouls get the new ones since parts of the curriculum has changed?
I think Schweser alone is not enough. You should use it as a test bank, but would suggest analystnotes. Hope makes sense. Good luck. Schweser's questions are too easy and are nothing like the actual 3 in 1 questions you will face on exam day.
It's a pitty that they suck now. They had great notes. But then as they tried to update according to the changes, seems like they no longer have the quality team making it. RichardJide From what am reading I think I will focus more on the curriculum and what I get from here. Wish me luck folks!!!!!!!!!! Abbey1 Mustaqim No study course is perfect one. You should consider CFA Level 1 Training Providers to augment your learning and preparation through classroom training courses.
I just passed using Schweser and analyst notes questions. I thought Schweser was good. I am a newbee can someone list the name of CFA text book Can someone tell if the notes from this site are enough to be relied upon other than CFA books? Don't you guys get the CFA books, all 6 with your registration?
Why would you still be looking for them?
Just read them. Practice here on analystnotes or shell out s for Schweser or whatever if it makes you feel better.
You've made it through uni, so you know how to do that, whatever method suites you. There's not much else to say. I've been using Schweser, just wanted to know does it prepare u adequately for the cfa I? Dakini Schweser's videos are a good way to warm up. They omit a few sections but that's okay in a lecture. But remember that: Study whatever guides you want, or none at all, but make sure that you know most of the material that's covered in the official syllabus.