- June 3, 2020 at 10:17 am
I would like to do the ACCA and I have a question about recommendations regarding the order of examinations.
Some exams are based on each other, so I think it is advisable to do them at the same time or one after the other.
In addition, I would put the most difficult exams at the end, and the easiest at the beginning, so that I am familiar with the ACCA exams at the final stage.
Do you have any advice on the order in which I should write the exams?
About the background: I have an education as a tax clerk, Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Controlling and Master of Science in Finance. So I think I will get some exceptions.
Thank you very much!June 4, 2020 at 9:21 am
You should find out which exemptions you are entitled to/will claim using the exemption calculator https://www.accaglobal.com/ie/en/help/exemptions-calculator.html
You should read the exam progression rules here re modular order https://www.accaglobal.com/lk/en/student/exam-entry-and-administration/enter-an-exam/exam-progression-rules.html
I would advise you to sit any exams which you are not exempt from and can be sat on-demand (2 hour exams) before moving on to 3 hour session CBE exams.
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