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I’m a proponent of Jeff’s NINJA studying method. I recently asked a question a few weeks back on how I should tackle FAR again for the 2nd time and he replied by saying that I should start fresh again because most of the information isn’t as ingrained as it was when I was studying for FAR a few months ago (which is true).
Now my concern is with Becker’s ridiculously long lectures in FAR. By pausing to take notes, it would easily take 40 solid hours to cover the lectures. Given that I have 3 weeks until D-Day, I’m concerned that I might now be allocating my time efficiently? Assuming I could get the lectures done in 1 week, leaving 2 weeks to jam as much MCQ down my throat as possible. Is this reasonable? Should I just ditch the videos?
Half the time I feel like I’m not retaining a lot of the information because I’m moving from lecture to lecture as fast as I can (while taking notes). As many of you who have taken FAR already know, some of the calculations can be very detailed, along with bologna IFRS integration makes it extremely voluminous and daunting. I’m about to go CRAZY! Any advice is much appreciated. I will be supplementing with Wiley FAR MCQ.
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