One of the requirements of enrolling for the CFA exams is that candidates need to be at least in their final year of their bachelor's degree when registering for Level 1.
As of 2019, a significant and fast growing portion of CFA candidates are full-time university students, nearly doubling to 23% in 2019 (12% in 2018).
Is this a wise move? I think it depends, as studying for the CFA exams does entail some personal sacrifices either way.
Here are 10 factors you should consider before deciding whether studying for the CFA exams during college/university would make sense for you.