Study Materials for 2023 CFA®, FRM®, Actuarial, GMAT® and EA® Exams
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The AnalystPrep Executive Assessment curriculum is broken down into 40 videos that mirror the test format. Plus, we add one or two convenient examples at the end of each lesson that you can use as examples for your test day.
There are also dozens of practice questions in each section to immediately take what you have learned and apply it to practice problems that replicate the challenges you’ll find on the official exam.
Stefan is a test prep professor at Northeastern Illinois University holding a Bachelor’s degree in Communication from the University of Southern California and a Master's degree in Journalism from Northwestern University. He has written practice problems for both GRE Prep Club and GMAT Club online prep materials, as well as participated as an invited test prep expert at live college admissions events globally for schools such as ESMT Berlin. He has scored in the 99th percentile or higher for each of the variety of standardized tests, including the ACT, Executive Assessment, Essential Skills Assessment, GMAT, GRE, LSAT, MAT, and SAT, that he has taught for more than a decade. In fact, at a previous test-prep employer, he was once voted best tutor in the Midwest region based on student feedback. His engaging style, perhaps honed while producing college and professional sports at ESPN, has helped hundreds of students from high schoolers looking to beat the ACT or SAT to undergrads and professionals looking to get into top tier graduate schools such as the University of Chicago, Harvard University, New York University, and Yale University.
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Stefan helped me to push on the quantitative and verbal skills week in and week out. I really felt like I was progressing with my learning, getting confident, and pushing myself forward in the process. I went from zero to hero in only a few months and was able to hit a score on the EA that led to be accepted on a Top European Business School. A 5-star service all around.
Lena W.2022-10-24 17:56:51
Because of Stefan's help, I went from a score in the 46 percentile to 98 percentile! He also taught me a lot about key elements of language, reading, and logic. A true master in his craft. Besides his practical teaching methods, he was able to guide me at my level, connect the dots for me, and bring my logic higher. When I did my questions on the exam, I put on the Stefan mindset hat and questions was easier. Like how a good journalist can smell something is off.