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Just looking to compare notes about how people are tackling this beast at Level 2. From looking around here, it seems are are many strategies, but I find myself gravitating toward one specifically and I am unsure it what worked at L1 will be sufficient to pass L2. In L1 (and so far in L2), I am mirroring Schweser's model (leave Ethics till last, do everything else in the same order as the CFAI books). But I find it really hard to move on to the next topic/study session until I master the one I am on. And as of right now, I am just finishing corporate finance with only 86 days to go. I am scoring consistently in the 80-90% range in quant and 70% in econ/fra/corp finance, but I am worried I am running out of time. Like many others, I didn't really start until I learned I passed L1, which was practically Feb.
I've seen some suggestions that one ought to go through the materials once first, THEN go back and do the "deep dive." I realize there is more than one way people learn, but I am curious to learn what other strategies at this particular level worked for others. I am tempted to aim for 65-70 range in practice quizzes then move on, then revisit the weak areas to try to squeeze some more points out. Alternatively, I could just stick with what I am doing now.