In Math, before you were introduced to problem solving, you were first thought of the basic, add, subtract, multipy and divide.
Same goes to the situational exam of CFM.
One of the reasons you can't solve the situational problem is because you were not properly trained, or perhaps you didn't not master the 11 competencies.
For the past five years, we only knew a very few who passed the CFM exam.
We were left puzzled, thinking what's the problem.
Why these managers, or aspiring managers can't pass the exam.
So we interviewed a Certified Facility Manager who recently passed the exam.
He told us, "Nobody will ever pass the CFM exam unless they fully understood the competencies"
And we knew he's right!
IFMA CFM is now in its 25th year, surprisingly, there's only 3,100 Certified Facility Managers across the 32 countries.
No wonder this certification can really make or break anyone's career.
If you're preparing for the CFM exam, we really encourage you to try our 1800 questions and answers, practice exam.
It is designed to help you master the 11 competencies.
On your first take, it's normal to get around 50%, like the average, but if you repeat it again and again, you can master it. And if you get 70% in all competencies, we're almost certainly sure, you'll pass the exam.