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IFS goes electronic

The Institute of Financial Services has introduced electronic testing to allow members to sit its Certificate for Financial Advisers when and where they want.

Advisers are no longer restricted to sitting public exams at fixed times during the year and they can now register five working days before they want to sit CeFA papers one and two.

IFS says this flexibility is possible because of the introduction of electronic testing which delivers exams using touch screen technology rather than examination papers.

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