GARP Climate & Sustainability Risk 'SCR' exam

Hi all,

Apologies if I’m posting this in the wrong place. I have recently signed up for the GARP SCR exam, and wanted to know if anyone else on here has done the same and how they are finding it? I’m finding it quite challenging at the moment, as the official textbook provided is quite repetative and there doesn’t seem to be a condensed set of notes like you get for CFA/FRM etc. I’m also slightly concerned with the lack of available practise questions.

Anyway it would be good to get other people’s thoughts on this exam.


How long do you think it will take to finish the reading??
I am planning to write in nov

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@Subhankar_Barik - No idea. The material is quite hard to digest tbh, the writing style changes drastically from one chapter to the next. Module 1 was a bit of a slog to get through.

I could definitely do with some schweser study notes, but I think the exam is too new.

When are you writing. I have completed module 1. I am making notes of important concepts. May be i try to restrict the notes to 150-200 pages that should be enough to revise before exam. I loved the material. The exam is very broad but garp did well in providing quality material.

Hi, I am thinking of registering for the SCR exam, but I still have some doubts. How many pages does the ebook from GARP actually have?

There are around 700 pages it will take about 2-3 weeks to study. The material is excellent and very well written. Great job to GARP in consolidating so many papers to prepare the material

Just finished module 4 still 200 pages of study to go. Is there any question bank to practice

Wow. I’ve it finished chapter 11, still on module 2.
The only practice questions are the 12 they have online. No question bank as such.

Hi, thank you for the answers! I have only time for the September exam this year, but I am still thinking to postpone it to next year. I have to decide yet.

Does the book consist of the readings (45 as far as I have seen) only or is there some bridging text in between which helps to put the readings into context?

Can the ebook actually be printed or is it somehow protected?

The ebook can be printed but per print only 30 pages are allowed. Start from chapter 1 till 47. So many readings give similar information. You can read the later chapter at faster pace