For the past few weeks I have been on an adventure with a Belgian reconnaissance company, out in the woods for Sabre Junction 15. While this was fun and exciting, participating in this exercise has allowed me to study for a whopping 5 hours since it began over two weeks ago. Schweser and I should be much better acquainted at this point in time. This is was not exactly what I wanted to do during my second-to-last month before I attempt to take on the CFA Level II Exam. As a soldier though, I don’t always have the luxury of doing what I want and instead I must deal with what I have.

What I have right now is 36 days before the exam doors close and I take a six hour exam. I am just going to start in Quant and go through the entire Schweser Notes and Irfanullah Financial Training videos again. I will start with Quant because it is probably my favorite subject and this will help to get my mind back on track. I plan on putting in 200 hours over the next 36 days. This sounds terrible, but not passing after already putting in all of this work so far sounds much worse than 200 hours in 36 days. I need to get to work, so it is “au revoir” for now.