Final Review Guide for Level II CFA Exam
Wiley's 11th Hour Final Review Guide for 2016 Level II CFA Exam compacts all fifty-six readings tested on the 2016 CFA exam into one portable volume. Organized in order from Reading #1 to #56, this best-selling guide has helped thousands of candidates from over one-hundred countries pass the CFA exam. Designed to boil it all down to the crucial concepts, formulas and rules, this guide ensures candidates are familiar with the most important testable information.
It's difficult to go over multiple books in the last few weeks before the exam, so Wiley's 11th Hour Final Review Guide does the work for you—condensing each reading down to two- to five pages. Enter the exam room with confidence and reinforce your knowledge and preparation! This comprehensive guide complements Wiley's CFA Study Guides sold separately but may be used with any review course. An effective, efficient study guide, this book prepares you to reach the next level in your career.
Passing the Level II exam is the only way to sit for the third and final examination associated with the CFA designation, so it is imperative that you leverage the most effective study materials when preparing for your Level II exam.
Wiley 's 11th Hour Guide for 2016 Level II CFA Exam is an essential resource for CFA candidates preparing to take the Level II examination.
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