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I am done with all the reading and EOC questions from the CFA curriculum. It took me two months approximately. However, now i want to start the revision, since the material i read a month ago apparently seems all lost in the mind. Can anyone help me and suggest the best way to revise/practice in these last 12 days. Should I just start going through the concepts again or should i do mock exams directly without revison. Totally lost right now!


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I would give a quick read through the curriculum again, and then start some mocks in the last week or so.


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Read the curriculum again, and then start doing some mocks in the last week.


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Mocks at this point.


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Here’s what i’m doing:
Read + mocks.
I’ve done 2 mocks just to realize how much i’d forgotten. So, I’m reading each topic again and do the mock part of that topic. example, I read everything on Fixed Income yesterday, followed by the EOC practice of each subtopic ++ the Fixed Income section of the mocks that i have. I feel a lot better with FIncome now!!
I am about to attack derivatives and do the same thing!!
I plan on using my the final week revising my notes plus the solutions to the mocks…


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read the references and do some mocks again


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