See the samples to view. There is hardly any room for interaction. I consider it a complete waste of time and money. Attempts from the participants to ask for explanation were brushed aside because of time constraints. But it certainly is key to prepare in advance I also attended the level 2 live class on Saturday. We all make mistakes; the real question is whether we learn from them and do better in the future. However, he also failed to move on swiftly, since it was clearly the first time he saw the slides.
So perhaps you can also give me a chance again as a student? I find that they are quite poor at buffering and even when they do, are streamed in a very poor quality. I am not alone in this, as hardly any participant was able to answer the few questions in the final minutes of the session correctly. Be sure to capitalize on Finstructor's unique conceptual shortcuts as you see the videos to gain that extra speed and edge on the exams. But they also got someone else called Darren DeGraaf who, in my opinion is quite bad at the bond lecture videos in particular. The prerecorded bit-sized lessons are much more suitable for this. An example is if you have trouble understanding conditional probability - just some bags of red and black dice will cement the concept in your mind, rather than reading text over and over again. I sent them an email, but they told me no one else reported it.
The New Jersey wiseguy impersonator teaches the examples straight from the textbook. I felt that they did help, but I wasn't sure if the time would have been better spent re-reading my study material. It covers the details of each reading of the curriculum in a detailed manner. I am not alone in this, as hardly any participant was able to answer the few questions in the final minutes of the session correctly. Video lectures mean that a single class can reach so much more than the average classroom capacity, allowing economics of scale to operate.
Then the guy with the haircut just gives a few pointers for studying the text by yourself. Since 2011, they have had over 4 Million views online. I am studying for June L1, and have only gotten through quant bc of a late start. Test your knowledge, identify your strengths and weaknesses and check that you can apply what you have learned with 4,000+ practice questions that are close to those you will see on exam day. Right hand, left hand stuff. Whether it's squeezing efficiency out of your daily commute, or a few minutes of revision before bed, video lectures mean that you can access it whenever, wherever.
I bought the video lectures for L2 from and have only recently started watching them. Some candidates respond fantastically to video lectures. You can get around 70-75 percent discount compared to if you buy directly from Kaplan or Irfanullah. Classes are held on Saturdays and Sundays. Understandably, the lecturer had nothing helpful to tell about most of these lists. Instructors use digital whiteboards and animations to effectively communicate the material to you.
Once every twenty slides or so, a concept was explained on autopilot, way too fast for me to get any grasp of the material. They are so blurry, I cannot even make out the text displayed on screen. Videos and Slides are downloadable so you can keep forever! Guys, wanted to some advice on L2 prep. We teach you the concepts not just the recap. To be fair, providers these days tend to address this by having a stellar helpline straight to instructors where they will answer and clarify any issues you may have. Our Videos are the most thorough and in-depth in the market. Organized by topic areas, this reference tool is perfect for learning the mathematical foundations for the exam and beyond.
They keep you on your toes with their challenge questions, and prepare you for the trickiest of questions. Content is on par with others. Schweser's q-bank are questions like level I, they are not in the exam item-set format. Your syle is good and I enjoy your live lectures - wow!! I also prepare in advance and am prepared to do homework too. Nooooooo S2000Magician i like your live lectures the way they are.
For the study material, you can contact Mahakali Book Centre, Mumbai Contact: 9820665601, 9920411158. If you have a question in class, you can just put your hand up, or discuss with the instructor after class. The Adapt question bank only has exam-style questions. I think a lot of it comes down to learning styles. I just wanted to check if anyone else was experiencing this issue, and if so, have you found any resolution. View some of Mike's videos to see if you connect with his style.
Got a concept that needs clarifying? I think that you should not be so hard on yourself. The exceptions etc - the stuff to learn by heart - we can read that at home. Since you know the concepts of the chapter, going through the study material later would always be better. The tutor is doing the lecture between waking up and rushing off to his proper job, having breakfast and taking care of his pets in the meantime. The other one basically teaches to the blind, as he reads out every sentence in the book. I am glad the study guide has a more consistent approach.