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Helping you achieve your CFE  |  December 2017

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December Study Tips

1. Avoid procrastination.

2. Pace yourself.

3. Answer all questions to the best of your knowledge.

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Review once more.

Before taking a section of the CFE Exam, I encourage you to go back in the Prep Course and review that exam section. Remember, once you start the exam, you cannot go back and forth between the Prep Course and the exam.

Happy studying,

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Angela Fletcher, CFE

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