Memories of UFE 2013 – Results Soon

With three weeks to go until the UFE results for 2013 writers are released, I can see by the traffic level that it’s starting to creep back into your thoughts. UFE results anxiety is back.

I’ve written some basic tips about dealing with the anxiety but the truth is you’re just going to have to be patient and wait the next three weeks out with everyone else. If it helps, you’re welcome to use the comments to vent. There are plenty of others in your shoes and many who have been there before that come by here.

 

UFE Results Day

Unfortunately there is not one single place where the results are released for all candidates. You’ll have to find out where your institute/ordre is putting them. Some are still publicly broadcast for all to see and others are released privately by your candidate number.

 Ontario Results

November 29, 2013 @ 12pm

http://www.cpaontario.ca/ufe2013/


Quebec (EFU Results)

November 29, 2013

http://ocaq.qc.ca/become-a-cpa-ca/university-students-graduate-students-and-cpa-ca-candidates/uniform-evaluation-ufe/2013-ufe-results.html


CA School of Business (Western Canada)

November 29, 2013 @ 7:00am PST/8:00am MST/9:00am CST

Accessed through your Candidate Portal

http://casb.com/CurrentStudents/UFE.aspx


Atlantic School of Chartered Accountancy: http://www.asca.ns.ca/cur_contact.htm

 Chartered Accountants of New Brunswick

November 29, 2013 @ 9:30 am

http://www.nbica.org/english/ufe-dates.asp


Chartered Accountants of Nova Scotia

November 29, 2013 (@ 9:30am I believe – but not confirmed)

http://www.icans.ns.ca/


Chartered Accountants of PEI

November 29, 2013 (@ 9:30am I believe – but not confirmed)

http://www.icapei.com/


Chartered Accountants of Newfoundland and Labrador

November 29, 2013 (@ 9:30am I believe – but not confirmed)

http://www.icans.ns.ca/

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