What Exactly Is Certification?
Certification is an amazing pathway to getting a high paying career in some of the best jobs in the world without spending thousands of dollars attending a four-year college.
Get Ready To Prepare Like You’ve Never Prepared Before
As we often say at AFAQ Formations, work smarter not harder. You are about to see a study guide that took hours of hard collection work, expert preparation, and constant feedback. That’s why we know this exam prep will help you get that high-score on your journey to certification.
Your Journey To Pass The CTFA
Perhaps this is your first step toward the certification, or perhaps you are coming back for another round. We hope that you feel this exam challenges you, teaches you, and prepares you to pass the CTFA. If this is your first study guide, take a moment to relax.
What Should You Know Before Studying The CTFA?
Every exam and certification has different requirements. If this is a serious venture, make sure to read the prerequisites before preceding. Nothing is worse than wasting months studying for an exam you can’t take or passing an exam that won’t help you get a certification!
What Is The CTFA Focused On?
The CTFA or as it’s also known, the Certified Trust and Financial Advisor, like all tests, there is a bit of freedom on ABA’s part to exam an array of subjects. That means knowing the majority of CTFA content is required because they test randomly on the many subjects available. Be aware too that experience requirements often exist because they’ve observed the average person and what is required. You can always push past that to succeed with the CTFA but it may take some extra work.
The best way to pass the The ABA CTFA Certified Trust and Financial Advisor Certification Exam is “To Practice”.
So, I highly encourage you to do all Practice Tests of this course several times repeat taking again and again until achieve score above 90% in each.
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