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    I cannot imagine anyone working their way through this whole book. I mean, really.

    What I appreciate about the Kaplan approach is not merely the amount of content here, but that Kaplan gives you different ways to prepare so that you're ready for your test. After about 20 minutes of cruising through this material, I was able to mount a program that worked for me.

    Some random things that I appreciated:
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    - really helpful color study sheets that have the basics in one place (for example, formulas you once worked with but have now semi-forgotten)
  • J. Fletcher - Recommended as a must read for those who like subjects for discussion.This has been a surprise find. I have learned so much from these essays and searched many of the names referenced on the internet. The one that stimulated much discussion in our family was about drugs for depression. There are a variety of subjects included in this collection and each gives pause for reflection or invites research.
  • VictoriaBarton - A wonderful vacation in a breezy novel.I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this book. It's a beautiful story of the past that's interweaved into the present. Each character brings an interesting dimension to the novel as a whole, and Jess Walter crafts their lives in a way that makes readers care about them enough to read for hours.

    Pick up this novel if you enjoy reading about romance, Italy, the movie business, and stories that unfold seamlessly and beautifully.
  • Kaushik Desarkar "Finance Lover" - A fantastic book sans the technicalitiesI have the 4th edition and it is a fantastic book especially when you are trying to get the grips on valuation, more so when you are not coming from a "pure" accounting background. Chapters 5 (6 in the new edition) onwards till 12 really take you step by step through the intricacies - a top-down approach. However, I will suggest Penman's Financial Statement Analysis & Security Valuation - Part 2 where the FSA detailed is really great - getting the FCF in 2 steps instead of the traditional 7+ steps, to be read in conjunction with this book. Rosenbaum's Investment Banking is good for developing the eye-catching spreadsheet models.