Tomorrow 65,000 people will be taking the first level of the Charted Financial Analyst (CFA) exam and many of them are probably freaking out right about now. That’s because the CFA, which consists of three levels, are considered to be the most difficult tests on the Street with fewer than 20 per cent of candidates passing all three on the first try.
What’s more is the average test-taker spends a solid five to six months preparing for the CFA.
There are several formulas a candidate must know to pass. However, there are way too many formulas to be included in one small slideshow.
That being said, we’ve included 9 formulas candidates are likely to need on any of the three levels of the CFA exam.
Best of luck to all the test takers out there!
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