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|Subject: Re: okay, i'm in||Date: 2/1/2010 9:21 PM|
|Author: kahunacfa||Number: 889 of 906|
The solution is not to ever have stopped. Kahuna,CFA level I, 1978, level II, 1979, level III 1980.
In the nineteen seventies, it was required to have two years of Full-Time investment employment before being able to take the level I examination. KCFA had two years of Part-time <25-32> hours per week while being a Full-time graduate student taking this course <http://www.UWASAP.org>, full-time husband, & father. The Kaki was three, born in Hawaii.
In retrospect, that may have been a good rule - But KCFA hated it!!!
Never, ever used or wanted to use a study group. The group would have just slowed the process down. Read most but by no means all of the study material. Took one practice exam for CFA-II.
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