We've written again and again that practice exams are the best things for you if you're serious about passing your CFA exams.
But as we've mentioned in point #6 in Things We Love to Hate about the CFA, there is a truly unique sense of panic and depression when you've graded your first practice exam, probably with a sense of hopeful optimism.
If you're anything like the rest of us, the score probably wasn't great.
This is a common point in time where candidates may:
- Completely lose their heads and freak out
- Get depressed and ruin the rest of their day
- Or worse, just give up instead of giving the exam their best shot
Here are four reasons why that low score is not important, and what you should be doing.