Continuing Education Examination

April 1996
Journal of Financial Planning;Apr96, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p101
Academic Journal
This article presents an examination paper about financial planning that an aspiring financial planner can attempt. To receive the 3 hours of continuing education credit allotted for this examination, one must receive a passing grade of 75 percent or better (23 our of 33 questions). Partial continuing education credit will not be given. The examinee will receive correspondence from the institute regarding his/her score after the examination is graded. All questions asked in this exam comply with the CE requirements of the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc. Examinations up to two years prior to the current issue can be submitted for grading. This exam expires April 1998. Some of the questions are in the form of 'True or false' while some others are multiple choice questions.


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