It’s been about three weeks now since most people have started in on their pre-UFE study period so I’m going to do another Q&A today, but the lite version which is meant to be more humorous than serious. So if you come here just for the serious stuff then you can take today off 🙂 Even the CICA likes to sneak some amusement into the UFE.
As many of you are probably aware, when a Google search brings you to a web site, the search term often gets passed on to the web site. Today’s Q&A comes from some of these search terms.
First question is one that made me chuckle quite a bit.
Now, you never know, this might have nothing to do with the UFE but I think with how smart Google is, it just might! So you made out with your UFE study buddy, now what? Well good on you my friend, but it might be a good idea to find a new study buddy now. If you can’t provide each other honest advice and feedback it’s not a useful UFE studying relationship. We have a handy Study Partner Search on the site in case you’d like to use it 🙂 Thanks for the laugh!
The exact number of Cs in Level 2 and the number of RCs in Level 3 that you need are not disclosed. So you won’t find anything but speculation out there. You can view my speculation here where I discussed The Importance of Levels 1, 2 and 3.
Another one that made me laugh a bit because of the funny wording. If you’re looking for UFE courses check out the post here on the most popular courses. If you actually want to make the UFE, well they have a whole team of people on that one over at the CICA!
It depends on the province. But you can write it at least three times in all provinces and then I believe you would have to write in another province.
From the CICA Web Site:
If I do not pass the UFE, can I write again?
Yes. The number of times you may write varies by province; all CA students may retake the UFE at least twice, for a total of three attempts. Check with your provincial institute /Ordre/region for the rules in your province.
But why search for such a negative topic already! Stay positive and keep studying hard 🙂
Keep the fun stuff coming, makes this more fun. Less than a week, hang in there and don’t forget to take breaks if you’re starting to feel drained.