Exemptions are to save students the bother of writing exams which they already qualify for. In granting exemptions, it is assumed that a student already possessed the knowledge of paper through previous qualifications/experience. On that basis, studying for further exams should not present any major challenges because you build upon the knowledge from prior levels. I suggest you look through the papers you intend on … Continue reading Readers’ Questions
Yes I’ve passed all my ACCA exams. I used some BPP textbooks, but I largely focused on practicing past question papers. I didn’t pass Taxation (F6) and Financial Management (F9) at first attempt, so I attended classes for those. I was able to pass most of my exams through self-study. I learnt about OpenTuition towards the end of my ACCA exams and found them useful … Continue reading Readers’ Questions
The ACCA has an exemptions calculator to estimate the number of papers a student (with relevant qualifications) can expect upon registration. An accredited ICAN member is listed for exemption, but not ATS. To confirm your eligibility for exemptions, contact email@example.com, preferably attach your credentials as well. Continue reading “Readers’ Questions”
The ACCA is holding a student induction session in Lagos. Register and attend, to have all your questions on registration to exams and practical experience requirements answered for free! Continue reading ACCA Event In Lagos, Nigeria.
A common thread with ACCA students is affording examination and subscription fees. Continue reading “How Do You Pay Your ACCA Fees?”