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We are pleased to introduce our newest test prep course: Level I CFA® Program Self-Paced. This course marks the launch of our new product line, Professional Certifications. This presents an exciting opportunity to expand our market and reach different demographics. With even newer products in the development pipeline, we are confident in our ability and invite you to share our success.
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