Denver (Sept. 16, 2003) -- CPAs fared slightly better than their non-CPA counterparts on the latest Certified Financial Planner Certification exam, according to statistics from the CFP Board.

Sixty-one percent (92) of the 151 CPAs who sat for the July exam passed, compared to 57 percent (1,123) of the total 1,963 total candidates who took the 10-hour, two-day test. The exam, which is administered by the CFP Board, was conducted at 50 sites nationwide and three international sites.

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