The Common Final Examination (CFE) is a three-day examination in which CPA candidates demonstrate the depth and breadth of their competency development in accordance with the CPA Competency Map.
The CFE must be attended and written in person at a CPA testing centre in Canada. This exam is offered twice a year in May and September.
To be eligible to write the CFE, candidates must successfully complete the required CPA PEP modules or completed an accredited program offered at a recognized post-secondary institution.
Visit the CPA Western School of Business (CPAWSB) website for more details on the CFE.
See information on program admission requirements.