The Certified Forensic Accountant exam assesses your knowledge and competence in professional forensic accounting services and is fully comprehensive covering forensic accounting, fraud, litigation services, cyber security issues, and valuations.
The Certified Forensic Accountant exam receives lots of input from the academic community along with Certified Forensic Accountants all over the world. The test is currently open book and covers a lot of information. The ABFA wants you to become well versed in the subject matter.
The test is timed and randomly generates objective test questions from a large database. Depending on which objective questions are randomly selected, you may need to use a calculator or your computer to solve some of the questions.
You will need a score of 70% or greater on each section to pass the Certified Forensic Accountant exam.