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For Individual Participants
How to appear for the olympiad:
If you are an individual participant registered independently, you may appear for the stage 1 of the olympiad from your home or any place convenient to you.
Please ensure you have the privacy and quiet atmosphere to concentrate on your test. You only get one chance at this.
Read the technical requirements for the computer and other guidelines carefully.
If you get shortlisted to stage 2, we will invite you to the nearest zonal center where you can appear for stage 2. All communication regarding this will be timely and sent to your registered email ID and mobile number.
How to register your school:
Fill up the school registration form online with all the relevant details
Appointing a coordinator:
Appoint a coordinator with whom we can communicate regarding the Olympiad
Conduct the olympiad in your school:
We invite all schools to become registered centers for conducting the stage 2 of the olympiad. We will help you in getting set-up for the olympiad and conduct the examination.
Promote your school with us:
Partner schools will get an opportunity to brand themselves as Finance Fit School. You can add the certification on your website and all your print and digital collateral.
There are a host of perks available for all the partner schools.