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10 No-Nonsense Tips for the Beginner CFA Level I Candidate

edited January 2016 in 300 Hours

image10 No-Nonsense Tips for the Beginner CFA Level I Candidate

Editor's note: Andr é is CFA charterholder, and recently he passed on valuable advice to friends who were starting their CFA journey. He kindly compiled his advice into this post of top 10 tips that...

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  • 11. Start early. If you start early, realise you're really really awesome at CFA and don't need to be starting this early, you can always stop, enjoy life, and come back later. If you start late, realise you really really needed some extra time, you're screwed.
  • jadecjadec LondonPosts: 1 Associate
    Hi André
    It sounds like you have tried a few study planning tools out there. Would you mind checking out our new study planning app www.plannerpig.com and let us know what you think? It's not released yet but just looking for some feedback from people who might appreciate this sort of tool.
    Thanks,
    Jade
  • jadec said:
    Hi André
    It sounds like you have tried a few study planning tools out there. Would you mind checking out our new study planning app www.plannerpig.com and let us know what you think? It's not released yet but just looking for some feedback from people who might appreciate this sort of tool.
    Thanks,
    Jade
    Looks like it might be useful. I think there's a similar app tool available - timeprep, although I think they're quite expensive. I do like the branding of your app!
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