ACCA pass rates December 2011 Exams

ACCA Pass rates have now been announced for December 2011 exams. Candidates around the world took more than 363,000 papers, with 6,313 students successfully completing their final ACCA exams.

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December 2011 session ACCA Qualification pass rates:

Paper F1, Accountant in Business, 63%*
Paper F2, Management Accounting, 53%*
Paper F3, Financial Accounting, 54%*
Paper F4, Corporate and Business Law, 49%
Paper F5, Performance Management, 38%
Paper F6, Taxation, 48%
Paper F7, Financial Reporting, 56%
Paper F8, Audit and Assurance, 36%
Paper F9, Financial Management, 38%
Paper P1, Governance, Risk and Ethics, 51%
Paper P2, Corporate Reporting, 48%
Paper P3, Business Analysis, 51%
Paper P4, Advanced Financial Management, 34%
Paper P5, Advanced Performance Management, 29%
Paper P6, Advanced Taxation, 39%
Paper P7, Advanced Audit and Assurance, 31%


December 2011 session FIA pass rates

Introductory Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting
Paper FA1, Recording Financial Transactions, 69%*
Paper MA1 Management Information, 65%*
Intermediate Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting
Paper FA2, Maintaining Financial Records, 62%*
Paper MA2, Managing Costs and Finance, 57%*
Diploma in Accounting and Business
Paper FAB, Accountant in Business, 46%
Paper FMA, Management Accounting, 41%
Paper FFA, Financial Accounting, 42%
Foundation Specialist papers
Paper FAU, Foundations in Audit, 53%
Paper FTX, Foundations in Taxation, 70%
Paper FFM, Foundations in Financial Management, 40%

* Combined pass rates for paper-based and computer-based exams.


Clare Minchington, ACCA executive director – learning, said:

‘We congratulate those who have succeeded in their exams – and we are delighted to see that more than 6,000 have completed their examinations, having been able to demonstrate the financial knowledge and professional skills which are needed by organisations in challenging economic conditions. We look forward to welcoming them to ACCA membership on completion of their practical experience requirement.

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Comments

  1. avatar says

    I am a foreign student in UK, I have 3 papers left, I don’ see any use of studying ACCA, do you think it’s worth studying and completing ACCA, if you have only 20hrs work permit per week

    • avatar says

      @subash, hi subash, i’ve been exactly where you are right now and I know how tough it can be, to keep focus and the momentum to keep going. In fact you’ve done really well, considering that you’re only left with 3 papers to finish. As an international student I would ask you to widen your scope beyond the UK. The truth is the qualification would be a great treasure especially back home where you come from. So, don’t give up or given in at any cost.

  2. avatar says

    Hi Admin,

    Sorry what I meant was, is the resources provided by your website enough to achieve high grades on the F4-9 exams, i.e. over 75% or would you suggest I purchase other reading material?

    Thanks

    • Avatar of admin says

      it is not just the materials but it also depends on the student, :)

      you definitely need up to date revision kit,

      get the notes and watch the lectures for few topics and then see, if you understand it well enough to do past questions..
      then you will get your answer ;)

      GOOD LUCK

  3. avatar says

    Hi admin,

    Firstly I would like to thank you for all course notes and lectures that you provide on your website, I have passed F1, F2 and F3 exams entirely on your resources.

    I am enrolling on the Oxford Brookes degree course and would like to achieve high grades on each F exam. Can you please confirm whether I need pay for BPP books for extra support or does your material cover everything and is up-to-date?

    Thank you for your help.

    Dean

  4. Avatar of Ysbq says

    i would like to thank the OT for providing such wonderful lectures on the topics, they are really a great resource for quick revision as well as for clarifying any ambiguities in concept. Further, i would like to mention how helpful, Ask the tutor forums are. I gave four fundamentals and in my last days of prep. i used these lectures extensive for revision, well, i passed all of my exams.

    Thanks to OT ;)

    • Avatar of Ysbq says

      @estorka, well incase, u are a full time student , u can take the chance but it is still risky. Especially with F8 and F9 on the hand.

      i gave four fundamentals F4,6,8 and 9 and i passed them all. But i had to go thru a lot of though time even being a full time student.

      my advice, if u are confident and can study more than 12 hours in last one and half month..GO FOR IT !!!

  5. Avatar of kboodoo says

    I attempted F9 (43%) and P3 (54%) in December, however I signed up for P2 and P7 before getting results. I’m thinking of continuing with P2 and P7 in June and doing F9 with P4 in December. Any thoughts ?

  6. avatar says

    hi.thanx to OT dat i passed my f4 wdout any difficulty,bt i got failed in f5,6,9…dont know y,i have attempted my full paper and i was sure dat my paper will passed,bt when i saw rezult,i got shocked,,,,,,,kindly OT give me guidance abt f5 n f9……..hw to pass them……tell me some professional tips to pass both paperz as i got failed twice in both…thanx

  7. Avatar of khonkean says

    No,

    P3, P4 and P5 would be ok as they are all based more on the consultancy / management accountancy side of the fence with enough cominality to make them a good single sitting combination.

    P7 is best sat with P2 as P7 expects all of the knowledge required for P2 plus the addition of audit standards and ethics.

    Trust me. P7 is a huge undertaking and it’s one where many come away from it after writing huge amounts with a feeling as though they’ve passed only for a fail to hit their inboxes a couple of months later (been there, done that, got the T shirt, writing the book).

    HTH,

    Shaun.

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