CFA Level I Exam Pass Rate Rises to 38% Without Pandemic … – Bloomberg

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The pass rate for the first level of the chartered financial analyst exam ticked up in the first period without pandemic-related cancellations since computer-based testing was introduced in 2021. 
In February, 38% of candidates passed the Level I test, up from a 36% success rate for those who sat for the exam in November and 37% in August, the CFA Institute said Tuesday. The latest results remain below the average pass rate for the past decade of about 41%, according to the institute.


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