It makes a lot of sense to take certain related courses back-to-back. If you don’t do this, you’re going to find yourself forgetting stuff and you’re going to have to relearn what you used to know.
Hey everybody. Andre here at SeeWhy Learning. I’m in and out of meetings today, but I just got off the phone with one of our students, and I wanted to share a cool story with you. So Steve first called me probably about six weeks ago. He had passed the LLQP exam and he had been using the SeeWhy Learning Tools, and even though we hadn’t spoken before, he wanted to reach out to me to thank me for the online coaching he received through our videos and to share the good news that he passed his exam.
Now, what we discussed next, along with today’s follow-up call, is what prompted me to record this quick video because I think it’s a message that absolutely every LLQP student needs to hear. Now, when Steve passed his LLQP exam, he wanted to take a break from studying, and it was well deserved. But it’s something that I caution him not to do. There is so much overlap between the LLQP and any one of the three mutual fund licensing courses that it makes sense to jump right into another course.
I mean, in both courses you’re going to learn things like what are treasury bills, bonds, equities, the taxation of investment income, registered plans like RSPs and RRIFs, Canada Pension Plan, old age security, annuities, and the list goes on. Now with time, the memory fades. So it makes a lot of sense to take these courses back-to-back. If you don’t do this, you’re going to find yourself forgetting stuff and you’re going to have to relearn what you used to know.
So Steve took this advice and that’s why he called me today. He passed his mutual fund exam. And now he’s in a position that he could be dually licensed, and be heads and tails above other advisors who are not.