114 Nova Scotia Candidates Pass the CPA Common Final Examination
The results of the Common Final Examination (CFE) were released today, and CPA Nova Scotia proudly recognizes the success of 114 Nova Scotia candidates. We offer heartfelt congratulations to the successful writers of the CFE.
“Please join me in recognizing the tremendous accomplishments of all the CFE writers in Nova Scotia, including the 114 who successfully passed the CFE. Passing the CFE takes talent, hard work and exceptional determination. We look forward to welcoming them to the profession in the weeks and months to come,” said Patti Towler, President and CEO, CPA Nova Scotia.
One Nova Scotia student made the National Honour Roll for their outstanding results on the CFE. The honour roll is made up of the students who completed the exam in the top one percent. That student is Jonathan Gaunce, from Halifax.
The successful candidates from Nova Scotia are:
About the CFE
The three-day Common Final Examination is held simultaneously across Canada. The purpose of the CFE is to measure the proficiency in the technical and enabling competencies of future CPAs, who will be called upon to practice their profession in all sectors of the economy. The examination covers various subjects, including financial reporting, strategy and governance, management accounting, audit and assurance, finance, and taxation. CPA candidates must also complete 30 months of relevant work experience before receiving the CPA designation.