It’s Finally Here – CFA Level I & II Results June 2012 

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It’s finally here – the results for June 2012 Level I and II. It must have been an eternity for those of you who took the exam in June. But from an outside observational point (i.e. mine), it just seems like last week that you guys took the exam!

But the results are finally here – after a super-long wait, 35 minutes past 9AM ET. Here is the summary of the Level I and II results for this year.

Pass rates for June 2012:

  • Level I: 38%
  • Level II: 42%

No big surprises in the pass rates, pretty similar to last year. Here are the 2011 pass rates for reference:

  • Level I June 2011: 39%
  • Level I Dec 2011: 38%
  • Level II June 2011: 43%

If/When you’ve received your results, get your detailed analysis here:

A few other points to consider if you’re receiving your results today:

  1. How Did Others Do? Poll your results on my Weekly Poll and check out the votes coming in as we speak!
  2. Reregistration. Regardless of result, remember that you can register for your next CFA exam starting tomorrow. The earlier you register the cheaper it is, so make your decision soon and get it done!
  3. Celebrate, or Commiserate. Remember to have a few drinks, regardless of what the result was today! If you have any questions on your next CFA level, or on retaking, send me an email or let me know on my Wall.
Zee Tan
Author: Zee Tan


4 thoughts on “It’s Finally Here – CFA Level I & II Results June 2012 ”

  1. Unfortunately, I did not pass, band 8. I am going to rewrite the exam in December. I am upset, no dout. But at the same time I kind of know why I didn’t pass the first time: I used only CFA materials which was very time consuming and then in the end I didn’t have enough time to review earlier topics. I got 70%+ in Alternative Investments, Corporate Finance, Equity Investments and Portfolio Management, the rest was in 51-70% band. This time around I will use Schweser notes for review, focus more on the weights of individual topics and do many more practice exams (I did only 1 before). I think I should be set for success. Or at least I hope so 🙂 Thank you for your blog, I’ll keep an eye on it from now on. Best of luck to you!

  2. Just got the email at 8:35 PDT — passed level 1! I’ve really enjoyed reading your blog in the last few days. Congratulations to everyone who _took_ the test. Going through the entire process is an accomplishment in itself. To those who did not pass, take it as incentive to try again. It is mostly luck, anyway.


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