recent grad to look for an accounting job

I am recently grad. I choose to spend last year to finish the CMA accelerated program as well as entrance exam. So, I am currently starting to look for the jobs as well. But the thing is that I am not
quite sure if I can pass the exam. So, I am not sure whether it is appropriate to mention about the accelerated program and entranc exam issue in my resume. Any career advisors can give me some advice?
Thanks in advance.
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It never hurts to indicate all that you've done, both in your schooling, as well as in other jobs. You never know when an employer is looking for, or what will peak their interest.
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Mention the program and the stage you are at. Dont worry about whether you pass or not. First off, you probably will pass it. You havent failed until you've failed, so dont worry that you might. Secondly, telling potential employers the stage you are at gives them a good idea about where you are sitting in terms of education, and helps them to determine if you have the education level they need for thier particular job.
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