Where to find the 2012 UFE Results on November 30, 2012

Each province handles the UFE results in their own way so unfortunately there is no one unified place to go on November 30th. In Quebec you can access your own result even earlier, on November 29th.

Here’s where to go depending on which institute you wrote with:

Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario (ICAO) – 2012 UFE Results Page – Results are available a 12 pm (noon) EST. If you’ve been through this process before it’s the exact same thing, just refresh until the names pop up. This has been late a few times in the past so keep trying every now and then until you got it. Hopefully your employer is kind enough to just let you know as soon as their allowed. I believe they get the results about 30 minutes prior to the official release.

Ordre des CPA du Québec – 2012 UFE Results Info – Results are available as of 7 pm on November 29th, 2012 for individual candidates. Everything else comes the next day. You’ll need to login through your system using your client and candidate number to access the results.

CA School of Business (CASB) (Western Canada) – 2012 UFE Results Info – Here’s everything you need to know about receiving your results on November 30th. The fun starts 7am PST!

Atlantic School of Chartered Accountancy (ASCA) (Eastern Canada) – Here is the only information I’ve been able to find so far. I assume this link will be updated.

In Ontario, we also receive a letter through the mail, usually the next business day, with the official result. For a successful result you will only find out that you are successful, there is no ranking provided. If you are unsuccessful you’ll find out which level caused to you be unsuccessful and you’ll get a decile score to indicate where you placed.

Finally, if all this wasn’t enough, there is a information supplement in The Globe & Mail and La Presse that will be out, likely in January 2013, with everybody’s name and info on why CAs are awesome. Here’s the one from last year if you’re curious.

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