Practicing CIAs need to annually certify they’ve achieved up to 40 hours of CPE credits. Requirements differ for non-practicing, retired or inactive CIAs. For more information on Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Requirements for Certified Internal Auditors, please click here.
Most candidates find Part 3 of the CIA exam to be the hardest, however, with the right preparation exam success needn’t be a worry. PowersUp Review for the CIA Exam coupled with Morgan's professional training empowers you with the knowledge and approach you need to succeed on all three parts of your CIA exam.
Passing the exam alone is not sufficient to get certified, you’ll also need to meet certain education and experience requirements. Click here for more details on the CIA certification requirements. Click here for more details on the CIA certification requirements.
You’ll need to present your Pearson VUE Exam Appointment Confirmation Letter and provide one form of acceptable identification. You’ll also be allowed to bring a non-electronic language translation dictionary.
Please refer to the CIA Candidate Handbook for more information.
The CIA exam is offered in the following languages: Arabic, Chinese (un-simplified), English, French, German, Hebrew, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, and Thai (available only in Thailand).
The CIA exam consists of three parts. Part 1 is two and a half hours long and Parts 2 and 3 are two hours long each. For more information about the CIA exam, please click here.
The current CIA exam consists of multiple-choice-questions. Morgan and PowersUp Review for the CIA Exam prepare candidates using practice questions that mirror the CIA exam for ultimate exam success.
Unfortunately, the IIA does not publish CIA exam pass rates. But remember, with the right preparation, success is something you can take in your stride!
To pass the CIA exam, you’ll need a minimum score of 600 or higher (on a scale of 250-750).
There is no limit to the number of times you can retake the exam, however you must wait up to 90 days to retake a failed exam.