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Doing the course while working/Studying

willmlee

New Member
Hello my name is William, I am currently working for the derivatives desk and studying for the cfa that i will probably do in December. I would really like to enroll the course because I already have experience with python but not much with c++ ( I studied some books before). I would like to hear from you, if is doable to enjoy the course while working/studying and also if there is a specific date when I can apply for the course (enrollment deadline dates).
 

willmlee

New Member
Thanks Daniel, I will definetly do it, I am just curious about the time management. Also, since I am talking to you, I would like to now if there is any enrollment date deadline or I can start anytime.
 

Daniel Duffy

C++ author, trainer
Thanks Daniel, I will definetly do it, I am just curious about the time management. Also, since I am talking to you, I would like to now if there is any enrollment date deadline or I can start anytime.
You're welcome.
Andy and Avi can give these details, but I believe it's 16 weeks and you can start anytime.

@Andy Nguyen
 

Andy Nguyen

Member
Hi @willmlee
You can start it anytime and have full control over how fast/slow you can use your 16 weeks to complete the course. Many have finished it in 6 week or less but most would use the full 16 weeks. Some have never completed. It's 100% up to each person time and level of commitment.
Here is a rough estimate of how much time each level requires
 
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