CFA UK works closely with employers, industry specialists and other stakeholders in the development and ongoing review of the CFA UK qualifications. This ensures the validity of all syllabus content and assessment material.
Assessments are created and reviewed via an ongoing process of psychometric analysis. Assessments are constructed using questions that meet both test specification and reliability standards. Psychometric analysis (statistical analysis of exam performance) ensure that all examinations are of a comparable level of difficulty.
CFA UK is committed to minimising the occurrence of bias in our assessments. Published policies, such as Reasonable Adjustments and Special Considerations, explain how CFA UK will deal with such applications.
Feedback from candidates and training providers is regularly reviewed to ensure the manageability of our assessments.
This policy describes the arrangements made for candidates who are unable to provide the correct forms of ID.
This policy relates to feedback or queries about the validity of individual questions in a test or the grade awarded, and the process for appealing.
This policy details CFA UK's commitment to all candidates.
This policy describes how to make a complaint if you are unhappy with the service received from CFA UK.
This policy relates to the specific calculators permitted for use in the IMC exams. The Certificate in ESG Investing examination does not require a calculator.
This policy details the society’s commitment to ensuring that all candidates receive equality of opportunity and appropriate access to qualifications and assessments
This policy relates to inappropriate candidate behaviour before, during and after an exam.
This policy provides information about CFA UK invoices for qualifications.
This policy relates to the society's commitment to ensuring that there are no unnecessary barriers to assessment which prevent candidates from effectively demonstrating their competence.
This policy relates to candidates requesting special consideration due to adverse circumstances beyond their control on the day of the test.