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I just passed F1 so can I now give F4
Or am I only eligible to give F4 once I pass F2 F2 F3
It is possible to tackle the Law paper next (no longer called ‘F4’). However, if you’re not exempt from the earlier papers (and I presume that you’re not because you wouldn’t be asking this question if you HAD those exemptions!) then you must enter and pay for the exams in the earlier module even if you choose not to attend for those exams
If not, post again
Is there any such eligibility that only if one passes AB,MA AND FA then only one can give LW..
Can I give LW as my first ever paper (I don’t have any exemptions)
Essentially you can do any paper within a module in any order as per Mike’s earlier reply. I have also attached the link to the ACCA website which clarifies and confirms the position for you.
In particular when you click on the link you need to scroll down to the part which talks about “Modular Order”.
I hope that clarifies 🙂
Yeah thats what im asking
BT MA AND FA are applied knowledge module whilst the LW or F4 is applied skills so should i first complete with my knolwdge module or f1 f2 f3 for getting the eligibility to give LAW paper which comes under a different module
From the ACCA website it is clear that they require you to first complete the applied knowledge module before moving onto the applied skills module unless of course as per Mike’s earlier message you are exempt from F2 and F3 or you enter and pay to take the F2 and F3 papers.
It would also be prudent to call ACCA direct to check the position as they are after all the professional body responsible for making the decisions/policies regarding order of exams.