CGIA Institute launches 100% computer-based exams.
CGIA Institute, a leading global body of finance and investment professionals announces ground-breaking online exams for its Charter program. The organisation will transition ALL THREE LEVELS of the CGIA program exams to computer-based testing beginning in January 2021.
Fuelling this transformation are exponential increases in digitized data and the ability to apply enormous compute and flexible execution. CGIA recognises this huge potential for digitization and innovation to harness quality.
As part of streamlining advanced computer- based exams, the Institute is excited to be leading the industry in offering a full and a 100% online / computer-based exams for all levels beginning in January 2021.
In view of this, and beginning in January 2021, CGIA exams for all levels will be offered via the CCBE (CGIA Computer-Based Exam) only. Therefore, paper –based exams is now a thing of the past.
According to the Institute, “We are committed to upholding the highest level of accessibility to our program, and surely, the best and efficient way to achieve that is to use technology.
“We are excited to be leading in globally providing professional finance and investment qualification which is accessible and cost effective. The introduction of the Compute-Based testing for all exams will definitely affect the cost of our examination, making it one of the inexpensive professional qualification in the world”
In addition to the introduction 100% Computer Based Exams, the Institute is offering e-materials to all candidates at no cost via MyCGIA; a member only portal accessible to all CGIA members.
In summary, beginning January 2021, all CGIA exams will be offered online via the CGIA Computer Based Exam testing (CCBE). This has allowed the Institute to offer CGIA exams multiple times in a year (January, April, July & October).
At the same time, candidates can now access free e-materials via MyCGIA to aid in preparation towards their exams.
Visit www.cgiainstitute.org/ccbe to find out more.