Review Course for the CFP Certification Examination
This review is intended for those who are planning to sit for the CFP Certification Examination. Exercises review several case studies and employ the necessary techniques to approach the various types of exam questions.
What you can learn.
- Build self-confidence
- Increase your knowledge
- Receive immediate feedback from the instructors so you can perform your best on the exam
About this course:This review course is intended for those who have successfully completed a CFP(r) Board-Registered educational program and are planning to sit for the CFP Certification Examination. The review course also is intended for CPAs and those who plan to sit for the exam on a challenge basis. The sessions provide an extensive review of the board topics that are the basis for the CFP Certification Examination. The review sessions help build self-confidence and increase knowledge while also providing immediate feedback from the instructors and other participants, so you can perform your best on the exam. Exercises review several case studies and employ the necessary techniques to approach the various types of exam questions.
Fall 2020 Schedule
These courses have both regular online meeting times and self-paced online instruction. Click “See Details” for more information.
Course materials are also included and come directly from Kaplan education. To place your order please contact Phil Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org or 310-206-1689 for further information. (discounts not applicable for Review).
Premium Live Online Review package comes with everything you need to effectively prepare for the CFP® exam. The Live Online Review Class is hosted live online and archived for future playback. Some students benefit by attending a live class in addition to the online lectures. To participate in a live setting with other students preparing for the exam, feel free to upgrade to both reviews for an additional $249. After enrolling with UCLA, please call 888-450-4681.
For best success, you should allow yourself 4-6 weeks prior to the first class date to read materials, view online videos, and complete some online test bank questions.