How do I study?

SASB recommends spending at least 25 hours studying for the FSA Level I exam. You automatically receive the study guide after you register (in an email entitled “Your FSA Study Guide and Purchase Receipt”). SASB also offers other resources to help you study, including approved test prep providers.

When are exams offered?

The FSA Level I exam is offered continuously throughout the year and you can choose the day and time that is most convenient for you. Depending on your exam location, you may have multiple times to choose from on your desired exam date.

Where do I take the exam?

The FSA Level I exam is offered at two types of locations: at one of over 350 test centers in the U.S., or online with a remote proctor, which is offered everywhere around the world. You can read more about the location of U.S. test centers and the computer requirements for online proctoring on the Exam Day page.

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