Is 600 hours enough for cfa level 1?

An average candidate studies between 450 and 600 hours to prepare for the exam. In addition, you should reserve the last 30 days only for practice questions, drills, and other question banks. Before jumping into it, you have to decide if you really want to dedicate yourself to finance. It's not easy and it takes a lot of time. There are sacrifices to be made.

In addition, you'll have to manage your time wisely, adjust your stress, and sleep. Most people say that it takes 300 hours on average to pass the exam. First of all, everything is individual. Second, it largely depends on how quickly you process and learn, the preparation material you use, and how long you can keep the newly acquired information. They say you won't pass if you don't get enough sleep.

However, getting enough sleep makes you happier.

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