- May 11, 2020 at 3:43 pm
So I am just waiting for my A level results in August. however, my question was if I start studying for the F1 paper from next week when will be the best time to give the exam and do I need to wait until my A level results to register to ACCA.May 12, 2020 at 4:42 pm
Minimum entry requirements for ACCA are here:
and for UK students says:
2 passes at GCE / VCE A Level (grades A-E)
3 GCSE / Vocational GCSE / GCE O Level passes (grades 9-4 / A-C)
(in five separate subjects including Mathematics & English)
so it would seem to me that you need to have your results.
There is a wide variation in how long students need to study for each paper. A lot depends on aptitude and how much time you can devote to studying. If you can study diligently, as this is your first exam, perhaps aim for 6 weeks. Make sure you practise lots and lots of questions. Many subjects seem straightforward but many questions are ‘sneaky’!May 13, 2020 at 11:18 pm
By the way I already done accounting and I find F3 easiest compared to F1-2 so can I give 2 exams together like F1 and F3 and F2 later.May 14, 2020 at 7:27 am
Yes.May 14, 2020 at 11:56 pm
Thanks for your help.But, a last question.
So can I give all three Papers together I mean F1-3 and when can I give the exam?
Other was that if I passed this three exam and I move on to skills level can I start my work experience has a trainee accountant,May 15, 2020 at 2:53 pm
You can do all three together. The full progression rules are here:
ACCA offers F1 – F3 exams on demand. Please remember that you must be registered with ACCA prior to being entered for on-demand CBEs.
There is information on work experience here:
Amongst other things it says:
Experience can be gained prior to registering with ACCA, while you are studying for the exams or after you have completed the exams. However remember that you will still need to get this prior experience signed off by a practical experience supervisor at the employer where you gained the experience.May 16, 2020 at 2:47 pm
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