Each CFA Exam level presents its challenges, so determining which is the most difficult is somewhat subjective.
Active learning techniques can help CFA students retain and recall more information to perform better in the CFA Level 1 exam.
CFA candidates want to know about the charter experience before investing in the pursuit of the charter. The CFA Candidate Survey is a great resource for helpful information when considering whether or not to go for it.
The two most significant obstacles you’ll face in your quest to earn the CFA® charter are the CFA exam and the work experience requirement. Learn more about how to meet these requirements.
CFA candidates often ask if they can still pass the CFA exam if they perform poorly in the Ethics section. Let’s explore the ethics adjustment to find out.
CFA Institute® provides prep materials to each candidate who registers for the CFA exam, but is their curriculum enough, or should you consider third-party providers? Here are some considerations.
The CFA® Institute recommends that CFA candidates study at least 300 hours for each exam level, but how much time is enough to study for the Level I exam? Let’s find out.
After you complete the CFA® Program exam, your score report can help you understand your CFA® exam results. Let’s examine the exam score report in detail.
CFA Institute has postponed the July 2020 CFA exam and updated all testing dates. Learn more about the new CFA® Level I exam date and other notable updates.
Learning Outcome Statements (LOS) describe the knowledge or skills students should acquire by the end of a particular assignment, class, course, or program. Let’s explore the LOS of the CFA exam.