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If you are a student/candidate in a CPA education program or course (CPA PEP and/or CPA preparatory courses) and/or writing the Common Final Examination (CFE) or ACAF National Examination, be sure to learn about the regulations for writing examinations.
Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) uses examinations to measure whether students/candidates have acquired the knowledge and developed the skills and competences expected within CPA education programs and courses. These examinations take place in CPA examination writing centres in various locations across Canada, the Caribbean and Asia.
If you are enrolled in the CPA Professonal Education Program (CPA PEP), CPA preparatory courses, and/or writing the CFE or Advanced Certificate in Accounting and Finance (ACAF) National Examination, be sure to review the CPA Examination Regulations document and the CPA Exam Regulations Presentation to familiarize yourself with the procedures and rules for exam writing.
For additional information on CPA PEP examinations, review the CPA PEP Module Examination FAQ.
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