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Five ‘must knows’ about the CIMA 2015 syllabus and assessment - Changes, important facts

2015 will bring changes to the syllabus and the way that you are assessed. Let us help you understand the changes with these five important facts

There will be three levels (operational, management and strategic) and at each level you will need to take three objective tests and an integrated case study exam. All of these assessments will be taken on computer.
The objective tests are 90 minutes long and the integrated case study exams are three hours long

 The objective tests are available ‘on demand’. This means that you can enter for an objective test at any time of the year. You will be able to enter for an objective test assessment from January 2015.
You must complete all of your objective tests at each level before you can attempt the integrated case study exam.
The integrated case study exams will be available four times a year. The first operational level case study exams will be available at the end of February and the management and strategic case study exams will be available in March 2015.

Pearson VUE has over 5,000 test centers in 178 countries. We are working with Pearson VUE to continue to increase the number of exam centers  globally, to ensure greater convenience for you.

For the objective tests, you will get your results and feedback shortly after the exam.
The case studies are human marked and you will receive your results four weeks after the exam.

The pass mark for the objective tests is 70%, and for the integrated case study exams it is 60%. The pass marks are set to reflect the standard that is required of a minimally competent candidate.
We are not expecting you to work harder to pass an exam than you do now. The higher pass mark does not suggest that you will need a higher degree of competence to pass than that required for the current exams.

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