Posted by: Kaplan Schweser
Updated: April 30, 2020
If you were planning to sit for any level of the CFA® Exam in June 2020, the announcement that the exam has been postponed due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19 likely has you feeling a wide variety of emotions. The most common question we’ve gotten from candidates in the days since postponement was announced is:
“How do I adapt my study plan to make this extra time doesn’t negatively affect my preparedness for the postponed exam?”
For Levels I and II, the answer to that question really depends on the person who is asking it and how well they’ve prepared for the exam thus far. Kaplan Schweser developed this short quiz to help Level I and Level II candidates self-assess their preparation progress to date, and get concrete recommendations for how to approach their study plan moving forward. Take the quiz below to get a prescriptive recommendation tailored to your unique situation:
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If you’re preparing for Level III of the CFA exam, we don’t have to tell you it’s a completely different animal. In the video below, Schweser Level III content manager Jonathan Bone details how Level III candidates should adapt their study plan to adjust to the postponement of the June Level III CFA exam.
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