Pass your exams first time with a well-planned out timetable on Planner Pig. The best thing about having Planner Pig is that it's easy to keep your plan up-to-date according to real progress which means it's easier to stick to! It also means it will give you the peace of mind you need to take those well-earned breaks. There's no shortcut to doing these exams so make time for both study and play and find yourself becoming more productive and successful.
Designed by a former student of two professional qualifications:
• The Chartered Financial Analyst programme (passed all three levels in 18 months)
• The UK Actuarial exams (passed all but one exams on first attempt)
For many of the popular exams (e.g. CFA, GMAT, ACCA, UK Actuarial) we've already set up the exam topics and weights for you so that you can get started with planning straight away. These have been sourced from the latest publications, using chapter or book names and the number of pages as the weights (where available). Of course, you can create your own topics in the app or edit the names or weights of the ones provided.
Once you have set up your exams in Planner Pig you can refer to it every day to ask questions like:
* How much of which topic and for how long should I be studying today?
* How many days or scheduled hours are left until the exam?
* How much of the material have I covered so far?
* How many hours have I already spent on studying?
* How well have I been sticking to the plan in the last few days?
* Oops, I missed a whole week's worth of studying due to illness, what does this mean now? How many more hours a week should I be spending to get back on track?
* I was on a roll today! I studied 5 hours instead of the scheduled 1. What does this mean now? Can I afford a little break?
Meet your study support team...
Enter your upcoming exam date and define the topics you need to be studying for that exam.
The studying is split into three phases to give you some short term goals to help keep you motivated. Commit to a regular weekly timetable for your studies. Find that you were too optimistic initially? No problem - change it and have a new plan calculate