ACCA Administrative Review explained for students who had a marginal fail, scored 48-49 marks.
If you are unhappy with your exam result, then you can ask the ACCA for an administrative review.
This review will NOT mean that your exam is remarked.
The ACCA will only check that the marks have been added up and recorded correctly.
They will also tell you whether each question passed or failed, but they will NOT tell you the marks for each question.
The fees for administrative reviews are as follows:
- FIA – All papers (per paper) – £52
- ACCA Qualification Knowledge Module (per paper) – £52
- ACCA Qualification Skills Module (per paper) – £52
- ACCA Qualification Professional Level (per paper) – £52
- Dip IFR – £52
Administrative review requests must be submitted by 25 January 2017
If you would like to request an administrative review you can now submit your request using our online service at myACCA. Alternatively, you can complete the form (see ‘Related documents’) and submit to:
Examination Operation Services,
ACCA, 2 Central Quay,
89 Hydepark Street,
Glasgow G3 8BW, UK