Future of CFE Blog

Thanks to everybody stopping by, leaving comments, talking about the exam and for the nice feedback I get sometimes. The blog will soon be getting a makeover and I’ll be working to beef up the content and cater it towards the Common Final Examination – the CFE – now that we’ve seen one.

I’ve got my ideas of where this is going to go but since this blog is for youwhat do you want to see? You can assume we’ll stick with at least the status quo  plus but new material. Tell me in the comments or e-mail me with your ideas.

Thanks and let’s help the next generation of CPAs.

5 comments

  1. I enjoy reading your blog and look forward to reading CFE blog soon!

    For CPA, there are core 1&2, Electives and Capstone then CFE during PEP.

    I would like to know how to study for each exams including the suggested amount of study, useful study material, trends for each exam, study plans which CPA holder followed, and study expereince from CPA holders.

    I am not in PEP course yet. If there is something I can do before starting PEP, I would like to know as well.

    Thank you!

  2. Good lord! I received my UFE review and boom there it was out 6bills approx. and nothing changed! On to the CFE, I’m not even sure what to change in my study approach. The only thing I can think that I did wrong was my shoddy read and plan I usually cut it very close on simulations 22 minutes

  3. 2015 UNIFORM EVALUATION (UFE) REVIEW

    The Board of Evaluators of the Canadian Professional Accountants of Canada’s Qualifications Committee has completed the review you requested of your 2015 UFE results. We regret to advise you that the Board of Evaluators upheld the result previously reported to you.

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