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CFA lvl 1 in December of senior year ?

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Hey guys,
I was wondering, if I study during the summer after my junior year and pass the CFA lvl 1 in December of my senior year in college, do you think I will be more marketable on the IB job market after I graduate in May ? My long-term goal is an MBA in finance in a top b-school (Wharton , Booth, CBS, Haas). Do you think having obtained the CFA certificate boosts my chances of getting in ? Another thing I am considering is a Ms Finance in Europe right after graduation.
Do you think I would be better off by doing Ms Finance or by obtaining CFA and then MBA in finance ?
Thank in advance,
Ivan

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