Today’s post is a sponsored guest post produced by PASS Professional Accounting Supplementary School.
How do I begin? Where do I start? How much do I have to study?
These and other questions confront all UFE candidates. The truth is – these are important questions because in the final analysis, passing the UFE is as much about “the process” and “how” one studies as it is about raw intelligence. In other words, over 90% of all candidates who get to the UFE ultimately pass! What this demonstrates is that almost all UFE candidates have the skills to make it through. The trick is doing it right the first time or at least figuring out how to do it right if something went wrong.
PASS is offering a free information/study plan session on Tuesday Sept. 17, in the evening. We will review sample detailed study plans and discuss all of the exams – the CKE, SOA and the UFE. We’ll talk about
- study plans;
- when to start;
- study sources;
- study groups;
- technical vs. case writing split;
- time budgeting and
- passing stats.
At the end of the session, you should have a clear idea what you have to do to pass all 3 of the upcoming exams and feel a lot more confident that with a bit of guidance, you can definitely pass all of the exams, the first time around!
PASS has been preparing students since 1987 to pass these exams. We have taught thousands of students over the years and have top UFE and SOA markers involved in the program. This year we have in-class sessions, live online sessions and recorded videos, which means you can pick and choose which format works best for you and never miss a session.
From our technical CKE course where students practice on dozens of questions to our winter and spring case writing for the SOA and summer comprehensive UFE course, PASS will give you the tools to ensure you are as prepared as possible, from both a technical and case writing perspective. We are totally committed to doing everything possible to maximize your chances of success, first time around. Join us for an evening on Tuesday Sept. 17th to start the process on the right foot!
If you want to discuss your personal situation, find out more about our PASS programs or attend the free information/study plan session, go to www.passufe.ca and send us an e-mail or call us. We are happy to help!
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