By day three the UFE felt routine. I was starting to hit a groove and that felt nice. It probably wasn’t so much a groove as it was the excitement of almost being done.
I had similar problems on day 3 as days 1 and 2. However, I hadn’t had a question where I was completely confused. And that worried me a bit. I was expecting a question like that. Densmore told us during his course that we would have one. Not to disappoint, the UFE served up such a question in simulation 3.
I had no idea where to start. There was no way to do everything the question asked. And there were so many problems that I had trouble differentiating between primary and secondary issues. The accounting issues were hard too. A foreign subsidiary? Are you serious? Luckily I remebered the phrase “temporal method” so I was able to look up the proper accounting treatment in folio views. Still, the question did not go well.
But I had finished the UFE. Now I play the waiting game to see if I actually passed.