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I have passed AB, MA, and FA and I’d like to book the TX exam in June upcoming. But the exam options I got were FAU, FTX and FFM. What I am confused about is, as far as I know, I don’t need to take those exams. I asked about this to ACCA and am waiting for a reply. Does anyone happen to know about this? Do I need to take those exams?
Thanks in advance
If you go to this page: https://www.accaglobal.com/hk/en/student/exam-support-resources.html and select “Foundation level” – it looks to me that you are registered as a Foundations student – and have sat FAB, FMA and FFA (which are identical to AB, MA, FA) and hence you are being offered the next exams in the foundations level (pre-fixed “F”) rather than the ACCA Qualification exams.
To sit exams in the ACCA Qualification you will need to have your registration transferred.
That’s all I can suggest – if it’s anything else only ACCA can suggest.