It's probably a cost thing isn't it?
I think in-person classes help structure your learning and helps you getting unstuck on areas that you just don't get, which there will be a lot. But expensive. If cost was not a factor, this is how I would choose to prep for the exam.
Personally I don't think there is much point to live online classes, might as well go for instructor videos at that point at a much cheaper price.
Another thing is to make sure you utilize the tutor support features if they are offered, they really help!
A portfolio manager is EXPECTING a cash flow inflows in 17 days. Should he calculate his future return using TWRR or MWRR?
I have 6 mock exams from Kaplan, do you think this will be enough to get me to 60-70%?