ACCA Exams Dates – June 2013 – ACCA Qualification Timetable

ACCA Exams Dates and Deadlines 8AprilJune 2013 ACCA Exams Entry Deadlines

Early ACCA Exam Entry: before 8th March 2013 (online only)

Standard Exam Entry: 9th March – 8th April 2013

Late Exam Entry: 9th April – 8th May 2013 (online only)

ACCA Exams take place: 3rd – 12th June 2013

CBE period ends: 31st July 2013

ACCA Exam results released: 8th August 2013

See also: December 2013 Exam dates

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ACCA exams dates

Monday 3 June F5 Performance Management P7 Advanced Audit and Assurance
Tuesday 4 June F6 Taxation P4 Advanced Financial Management
Wednesday 5 June F7 Financial Reporting
Thursday 6 June F8 Audit and Assurance P5 Advanced Performance Management
Friday 7 June F1 Accountant in Business
F9 Financial Management
P6 Advanced Taxation
Monday 10 June F4 Corporate and Business Law P3 Business Analysis
Tuesday 11 June F3 Financial Accounting P2 Corporate Reporting
Wednesday 12 June F2 Management Accounting P1 Governance, Risk and Ethics

ACCA Exams Fees

Exam level June 2013 exam fee
(per exam)
KnowledgeF1, F2 and F3 £62 (Early)
£71 (Standard)
£217 (Late)
SkillsF4, F5, F6, F7, F8 and F9 £77 (Early)
£89 (Standard)
£235 (Late)
ProfessionalP1, P2, and P3
(and any two from P4, P5, P6 and P7)
£91 (Early)
£103 (Standard)
£251 (Late)

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June 2013 ACCA Exam tips

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Free resources for ACCA June 2013 exams (choose your paper below):

Paper F1 / FAB (FIA) | Paper F2 / FMA (FIA) | Paper F3 / FFA (FIA) |
Paper F4 (English & Global) | Paper F5 Paper F6 UK | Paper F7 Paper F8 Paper F9

Paper P1 Paper P2 Paper P3 Paper P4 |Paper P5 Paper P7


  1. avatar says

    Hi, guys! Could you please clarify, is it possible to sit f2, f3 and f5 in one session at december 2013 (i have f1 exemption)? Or I should pass f2 and f3 first and after that apply for f5? What if register and then fail f2 and f3 but pass f5?

    • avatar says

      Ya its possible, since your going to register for both F2 and F3 in the first level then any other paper in the second level can be taken. If you pass F5 and fail F2 and F3 there is no problem, you will have to resit the two papers and still if you so wish can add any other paper in level two.

  2. avatar says

    Hi everyone,
    Just had my first experience of ACCA 3rd of June with F5 . Not sooooo bad, hoping for the best!
    Pls i’ll like to know if the exam timetable is a standard one (is it the same every exam season)?
    Thanks and all the best !

  3. Avatar of muthunayake says

    Hi All,
    I hope to sit for the foundation exams in December, therefore I would like to know whether the study materials provided in this website are sufficient. Am I required to attend some extra classes as well?

    • avatar says

      i am also planning to write f2, f3,f4 and f5, i would like also to have pepole to join forces, i cant afford to fail, we can start suporting each other.

      i am also looking for bbp books, does anyone know where i can find them

  4. avatar says

    Hi guys and gals i want to write ACCA F1, F2, F3, F4 and F5 in December but i have a very big confusion concerning structure of papers F1,F2 and F3. Are these papers multiple choise questions and whats their difference with the CBE. Why these paper’s past exams are not found on Opentution. Please help me i beg you

    • Avatar of John Moffat says

      The ACCA does not publish past exam papers for F1, F2 and F3.

      If you take the paper based exam for F1, F2 and F3, then there will be 50 questions of 2 marks each and all will be multiple choice.

      If you take the CBE versions, then there will still be 50 questions of 2 marks each. Many of them will be multiple choice, but some of them will require you to type in the answer (rather than just click on the answer).

  5. avatar says

    Hi everyone, i’m going to write f5 and f9 second time, failed both in December 2013. May you please advise how to work on these Open Tuition notes. Currently I’m using the BPP study materials.

    Please help as I wouldn’t want to fail again.

    • Avatar of John Moffat says

      You should watch all the lectures with our course notes in front of you.
      Most important is to practice as many questions as you can and to make sure you really understand what you are doing.
      It is not enough to simply learn rules – the examiners in both these papers are checking that you really understand what you are doing.
      Most important is that when you practice questions and check with the answer, that you spend time on the written parts of the questions. Approximately 50% of the exam will be writing (as opposed to arithmetic) and if you are not writing decent answers to the written parts then it is almost impossible to pass.
      If there is anything in the written answers to past questions that does not make sense to you then go back and listen to the lectures or ask on the relevant ‘Ask the Tutor’ forum on here and I will try and help.

    • avatar says

      Thank you so much sir, I will have to really work hard and listen to all lectures as indicated. I sat for the same papers F5 and F9 in June 2013 and failed again, this time around the fail mark was even worse. I had done a lot of revision than listening to the lectures maybe that is the reason why i failed. Now I’m going thru each lecture. Hoping to pass in Dec 2013. May u pls advise if there is anything extra I can do. Very desperate for a pass…………….

  6. avatar says


    • Avatar of John Moffat says

      The page is correct (although the formatting may have confused you).

      The first three prices are for the knowledge papers, the second set of three prices are for the skills paper, and the third set of three prices are for the professional papers.

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