CMA Exam Passing Rates

“Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.” Steve Jobs

2012 is almost over with only a few days left. 2013 can be the year that you become a CMA and start earning over $100,000 a year.

What does it take to become a CMA? It requires discipline, commitment, but most of all, an unwavering enthusiasm to study for the exams.

Passing the exams is not an easy task. This is why CMAs are considered to be an elite group of accounting and finance professionals who truly understand business and commerce.

What are the CMA exam passing rates for part one?

Worldwide: 31%
Asia-Pacific 39%
Europe 49%
Middle East & Africa 17%
The Americas 49%

What are the CMA exam passing rates for part two?

Worldwide: 47%
Asia-Pacific 56%
Europe 61%
Middle East & Africa 32%
The Americas 56%

What does this mean?

As you can see, the exams are very tough, part one being the toughest. Many have passed though, and so can you! You need a good study plan, good material to study, and a coach to help you understand the material (that’s why I’m here, to coach you during your studies).

On an earlier post, I talked about what I did to prepare and pass both exams on my first try. By looking at the passing rates above, I’m glad I took  part two first since the passing rates are higher than part one. If you’d like to read the entire article, click here.

Let these exam passing rates encourage you to study even harder and reignite your commitment to becoming part of the elite group of CMAs. In 2013, study harder and commit to passing both exams on your first try. I’m here to guide you through your exam preparations.

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Until next time,
Nathan

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