Please familiarize yourself with the Examinee Agreement below. Examinees are required to sign this agreement before the start of each exam session, and in doing so commit to behaving ethically before, during and after the exam.
By acknowledging that you have read this agreement, you are indicating your understanding that the contents of this test are the property of CFP Board and its contents are copyrighted under the laws of the United States. Copying, reproducing or distributing the contents of this examination in any form is unlawful. Revealing the contents of the questions of this examination is strictly prohibited. You are not to retain the questions or disclose them in whole or in part to any other person or entity.
Revealing questions may result in disciplinary action including, but not limited to, monetary restitution, being barred from retaking the exam for up to three years or prosecution under copyright law. If any individual or entity, including a review course provider or academic program, asks you to reveal any contents of the examination - please report the incident immediately to CFP Board.
You will be expected to conduct yourself in an ethical manner before, during and after the CFP® Certification Examination. Actions such as, but not limited to, using any prohibited aids in connection with the exam, attempting to give or receive assistance, or otherwise communicate in any form with another person or entity about the exam during the exam administration, will result in investigation by an independent entity and/or CFP Board. In some cases, CFP Board will take disciplinary action if appropriate. If CFP Board has reason to believe that you are involved in examination misconduct or any other testing irregularity that could compromise the integrity of the exam, your exam may not be scored, the exam fee may be forfeited and you may be barred from taking the CFP® Certification Examination for three years from the date of the incident.
Failure to abide by these rules can and will result in the cancellation of your exam score and/or pursuit of any other legal remedies available to CFP Board.