The good news: 42 percent of those who took the Level I exam in June passed, as did 46 percent who sat for Level II. The less good news? 58 percent of Level I test takers and 54 percent of Level II hopefuls are now wondering what the hell they were doing with their lives in the months leading up to the exams. Should they have spent 70 hours each week studying instead of 65? Would things have been different if they'd skipped all the weddings they were invited to instead of just those of their best friends? What about that night they allowed themselves 30 minutes of TV watching time (and then stayed up an extra hour studying to make up for it)? Or was it that glass of wine the Thursday night before the exam? God damn it, they knew they shouldn't have let themselves be peer pressured into it; they could have been running flash cards instead of sipping on rosé. Stupid. Stupid!
CFA Institute To Crush Record Number Of Dreams Tomorrow
More financial services employees than ever are hoping to add those three little letters to their email signature.