FASEA provides update on exam dates and venues
The Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority has revealed dates and venues for the adviser exam for both February and April next year.
February and April 2020 exams
For the February 2020 exam, sitting dates will be from 13 to 18 February 2020, with registrations open from 1 November 2019 to 24 January 2020.
Locations for the February 2020 exam are Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Brisbane, Townsville, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Gold Coast, Wollongong, Cairns, Ballarat, Launceston, Port Macquarie, Traralgon, Tamworth, Townsville and Newcastle.
For the April 2020 exam, sitting dates will be from 2 to 7 April 2020, with registrations open from 2 January 2020 to 13 March 2020.
Locations for the April 2020 exam are Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Brisbane, Townsville, Adelaide, Perth, Darwin, Hobart, Gosford, Sunshine Coast, Geelong, Toowoomba, Bunbury, Mackay, Geraldton, Wagga Wagga and Coffs Harbour.
Update from December 2019 exam
FASEA said the December exam will be held in 19 centres across Australia from the 5 to 9 December.
As well as the metropolitan locations, FASEA said regional centres for the December sitting are Townsville, Rockhampton, Mackay, Sunshine Coast, Toowoomba, Gosford, Orange, Wagga Wagga, Albury/Wodonga, Bendigo and Geelong.
Registrations for the December exam are open and will close on 8 November 2019. According to FASEA, over 2,430 advisers have already registered for the December exam.
Update from September 2019 exam
FASEA said the September exam was held in 15 centres across Australia from 19 to 23 September 2019, with a total of 1,697 advisers sitting the exam over 79 sessions.
Results for the September exam will be released in mid-November 2019.
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