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  • Rio Stedford
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    Hello,

    From what I’ve gathered from the CII website, the book will be a true study text.

    I’m eagerly waiting for it to be released.

    john reynolds
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    πŸ˜‰

    Not sure when the CII will release, but we’ve got it sorted…

    Wendy123
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    Thanks John,

    I had already stated working through your notes (which are great).
    Have you seen the CII book or do you know if it is a study text or just case studies?
    My colleague was one of your class swots a couple of years ago so pressure is on for me to pass first time too πŸ™

    Wendy

    john reynolds
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    Yes.

    I have an (draft) copy of the AF7 CII text book πŸ˜‰

    It is a text book.
    Not a case study book.

    Bob Cook
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    Based on my AF3 experiance, the CII book was a nice extra to have, but it was the EP stuff that got me through the exam. I have no doubt it will be the same for AF7

    Sam Fairhall
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    CII study texts aren’t worth the paper they’re written on tbh.

    Andrew Houghton
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    Very true, I have sat AF1 and AF4 and found that the texts were mainly dedicated to generic high level issues and the questions at the end bore little resemblance to what you saw on the exam guides.

    Andrew Houghton, FPFS
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    Wendy123
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    Hi

    Does anyone know if the AF7 study text from CII (when it finally become available) will be a true study text or just case studies?

    Feel that with 10 weeks til the exam the CII has been rather ‘sparse’ with info on this new exam and what is required

    Thanks

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