This document helps candidates self-study for the Sustainability and Climate Risk (SCR®) Exam. It summarizes chapters from the SCR Book and lists required online readings, the number of exam questions per chapter, and associated learning objectives.
Successful candidates refer to this document regularly during exam preparation. Be sure to download the latest version to guide your studies.
The official eBook for the SCR Exam includes eight chapters with associated learning objectives, illustrative case studies, and end-of-chapter review questions:
SCR eBooks are non-refundable and included free of charge with registration.
Note: Access is for three years online and two years offline via desktop or mobile applications. Limited printing is supported.
Cost: USD 250
The official book for the SCR Exam includes eight chapters with associated learning objectives, case studies, and end-of-chapter review questions:
Note: Once print books are purchased there is no guarantee they can be canceled and refunded.
Cost: USD 300, plus shipping
The SCR Practice Exam helps candidates anticipate the question types they will encounter on the SCR Exam, allowing them to estimate how much time they can expect to spend answering individual questions. Free for paid SCR candidates, the Practice Exam is an ideal way to gauge how well-prepared you are for the Exam.
SCR Exam candidates may wish to study with the assistance of an exam preparation provider (EPP). As a service, GARP provides SCR candidates with a list of EPPs on its website. Please note: GARP does not endorse, promote, review, or warrant the accuracy of the products or services offered by an EPP of SCR-related information, nor does it endorse any pass rates claimed by the EPP. Further, GARP is not responsible for any fees or costs paid by the user to an SCR EPP.
If you believe you identified an error or discrepancy in the curriculum, please contact us. We pursue all errata submissions and post updated errata including corresponding corrections on this site. Revisit the errata summary regularly during your studies to assist with exam preparation. Errata submissions close one week before the Exam and reopen after each exam window.