Certified Government Auditing Professional
Initial Registration and Application
Potential candidates must complete and sign the Application Form and submit it with the following:
Note: IIA Malaysia cannot guarantee a candidate's right to sit for the examination if the above procedures are not followed. The registration fee will be refunded to candidates who are denied entrance into the programmes.
Once a candidate's application to the CGAP programme has been approved, the candidate has an eligibility period of four years. The candidate must complete all examinations and fulfil all certification requirements within the four year period. If a candidate fails to complete the certification process within four years, all fees and examination parts passed will be forfeited. If a candidate's programme eligibility expires, the candidate loses credit for any examination parts previously passed. In order to re-enter the CGAP programme, the candidate must submit a new CGAP application and pay the appropriate fees.
Admission to the Pearson VUE Centre
Candidates MUST bring the following documents to the examination centre:
Statistical information from pre-tested questions is used to maintain comparable difficulty among versions of the examinations. Because the exact number of questions required to pass the examination may be slightly different from one examination to another, all raw scores are converted onto a reporting scale of 250 to 750 points, in order to ensure a common standard. A scaled score of 600 points or higher is required to pass the CIA, CCSA, CFSA or CGAP examination. (A scaled score of 600 would be equivalent of achieving 75 percent correct on an examination of appropriate difficulty).