The courses it provided in the forms of:
- Brief notes
- Terms & descriptions
- Practice tests
- Mock tests
- Online support
- Exam tips to crack the exam
Instructors: Avon Academy
The CFE Exam consists of four sections: Financial Transactions and Fraud Schemes, Law, Investigation and Fraud Prevention and Deterrence. ... Applicants may take each section of the exam at their own convenience, as long as all sections are completed by the end of the 30 days.
How to Become a CFE?
To become a CFE, you must pass a rigorous examination administered by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), meet specific education and professional requirements, exemplify the highest moral and ethical standards, and agree to abide by the CFE Code of Professional Ethics.
Candidates lacking two years of professional experience can still take the CFE Exam as long as they have a minimum of 40 total qualifying points. Once the individual has fulfilled their 50-point minimum and two years of professional experience they will be awarded the CFE credential
What is the pass rate for the CFE exam?
In order to pass the exam, you must score at least 75 percent correct on each section of the CFE Exam. CFE Exam scores are only released when you have not achieved the 75 percent pass rate. This procedure ensures the integrity of the testing process. The ACFE Board of Regents oversees the exam process.