Students from the UK Chartered Institute of
Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) achieved a 70 percent pass
rate across the 2,335 papers taken by 1,395 students in the June
2010 exams.

The audit and assurance, and governance and
public policy papers produced the highest pass rates in more than
three years, with 89% and 87% respectively.

The pass rate for the financial and management
case study module, which is part of CIPFA’s final test of
professional competence, rose by 9% since the last sitting to

The lowest pass rates were achieved in
financial and performance reporting (56%) and financial accounting