2/24/13

Hi all,
so i just started my prep for CFA level I in june...i had registered for dec but had to cancel my exam cuz of work issues....so i have the whole schweser package for the Dec 2012 and I am wondering if should i get a new one to make sure its June 2013....since i have already blown of over $800 dollars cuz of changing my exam etc...i wanna make sure that i don't waste my money...advice please!

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2/24/13

You can get the June 2013 materials online.

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2/24/13

Just google "2012 2013 cfa LOS changes" and look at the curriculum changes. The "passing scores" has comprehensiveness list of changes. I'd link you but apparently I don't have enough points to post links.

I would say probably not since it's mostly the same. For the sections that are new, just refer to the new CFA books I imagine you got when you registered (at least the e-books). There's not too much new so it shouldn't be too much of a pain.

2/24/13

jpat:
Just google "2012 2013 cfa LOS changes" and look at the curriculum changes. The "passing scores" has comprehensiveness list of changes. I'd link you but apparently I don't have enough points to post links.

I would say probably not since it's mostly the same. For the sections that are new, just refer to the new CFA books I imagine you got when you registered (at least the e-books). There's not too much new so it shouldn't be too much of a pain.

http://www.passingscorefinance.com/LOS/2012-2013/c...

Is this what you're talking about?

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2/24/13

Yes, thanks.

3/3/13

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