Consumer Discretionary Oct 22, 2021 01:43 AM (GMT+8)
Financial Associated Press, October 22 - the pass rate of Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) level II exam fell to the lowest in history. According to the CFA Association website, the secondary pass rate in August was 29%, lower than 40% in May and June. In the past 10 years, the average passing rate of level II was 45%. In recent months, the passing rate of CFA examination at three levels has been at an all-time low. The CFA association still attributes it to the impact of the epidemic. In addition, as CFA exams become more frequent and online, the number of participants in each exam decreases, which may also be one of the reasons for the lower pass rate. In August, more than 10000 candidates took the level II examination. In the past, when the CET-2 examination was conducted only once a year, the average number of references per time in the past ten years was close to 500000.
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