CPCU® Testing Windows
There are four testing windows during the year (one during each quarter). The testing window is open for two months at a time and then closed for one month. Meaning, there are 8 months of “open” exam time when you can take your CPCU® exam and four months during the year when the testing window is “closed”.
Dates: CPCU® Testing Windows
You can take your virtual CPCU® exam any time during an open testing window. The CPCU® testing windows are open as follows:
- Quarter One: January 15th to March 15th
- Quarter Two: April 15th to June 15th
- Quarter Three: July 15th to September 15th
- Quarter Four: October 15th to December 15th
This same testing window applies to all exams administered by The Institutes including the CPCU®, ARM™, AINS™, and API™.
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- CPCU® Designation Hub
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- Free: CPCU® Mini-Course
- CPCU® Designation Overview
- ARM™ to CPCU® Path
- CPCU® Designation Salary
- CPCU® Cost
- CPCU® Exam Pass Rates
- CPCU® Cost Reducing Tips
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