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General Study Plan


I wanted to pick the brains of anyone willing to chime in on the *best* study plan for Lvl. II. The charterholders I know told me to follow this routine: 


From now until December, casually (term used loosely) read the CFA lvl.II curriculum.

From December until June, get through Kaplan’s program twice. 

Spend the last month on practice exams.

Anyone have any comments or input as to their personal success with lvl. II or things they have learnt from failing lvl. II?



Thank You


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Private Tuition can be your ultimate study plan. You can ask your teacher in private class. Private Tuition can help you to improve your marks. Your teacher will take special attention on your weak points. You can learn more in private class. You can make preparation for the exam accordingly. It helps you to get high marks in the exam. You can ask your teacher to help you to practice in the exam environment. It’s very helpful to get good marks. I hope it will be very helpful for you.


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