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When to Write the Challenge / Module Exams

Published November 24, 2015 by Michael Levi

A common question we often get from students is: how should I schedule when to write the Challenge Exams?  This is an important question and involves a number of considerations.

There are 5 times the Challenge Exams are written during the year:  March, July, Sept., Nov. and Dec.  In March and July, all 4 exams are given, in Sept. and Dec., in Sept. and Dec. Core 2, tax and assurance are given and in Nov. Core 1 is given. 

So, how do I decide when to write?  Well, I would work backwards.  Start with when you want to write the CFE - let's say Sept. 2017.  That means you have to be finished your Challenge Exams by March 2017 (have to pass all 4 by then so you can go to Capstone 1 in May).  Also remember you have 2 shots at each Challenge exam and if unsuccessful, you are forced to take the Module.  So I would back it up to at least September 2016, when I would start writing and spread them out over Sept., Nov., Dec. and March, which uses 4 of the 5 exam sittings. 

That way I don't have to be so worried that I can't write 2 exams in one day and I have ample opportunity to pass all 4 exams while giving myself a few shots at each exam, in case I need it (hopefully not!) and get to the CFE in September.

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