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 firstname.lastname@example.org, 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.
Although both ACCA and ICAN are accounting bodies, it is best not to think of comparing them in terms of ‘which is better‘ . I have previously answered a question on them here. ICAN is a national accounting body, while ACCA is global. In my opinion, and experience from working in Nigeria, I think ACCA has a slight edge over ICAN, but work experience does … Continue reading Readers’ Questions
Tunde Ayoola Johnson ACCA
Tunde is a consultant in Lagos, Nigeria. He studied accountancy at university in Nigeria, and is a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).
Being an ACCA member has provided him a platform to apply his skills globally. He had always wanted to be a chartered accountant and got interested in ACCA through their magazines. Continue reading “The Chartered Accountant – 6”