There are a number of changes happening to ACCA exams this year. Take a look at the table below and click on the papers relevant to you to access resources including Syllabus and Study Guides, specimen exams, examiner approach articles and technical articles to help you prepare. Continue reading
Gareth Owen, ACCA qualification development manager, explains the planned updates to the Foundations level Certificate and Diploma exam syllabuses and structures, and the ACCA Diploma exams (Paper F1, Accountant in Business, Paper F2, Management Accounting and Paper F3, Financial Accounting). These changes are taking place in February 2014 (launch date 26 February 2014) in computer-based exams (CBE) as part of a process of continuous syllabus improvement and as part of ACCA’s strategy on e-assessment. They will be examined in paper exams from June 2014. The article summarises the rationale for the latest qualification developments, indicating which syllabuses are affected and when, outlining specifically which areas are being amended. Continue reading
Before the marking starts, markers attend a meeting with the examiner to discuss the exam paper and agree a detailed marking scheme.
The examiner moderates the marking process closely and there are various steps in place during this process to enable the examiner to review marked scripts to ensure that the marking scheme is being applied consistently by all markers. Continue reading
Our 2014 Best Accounting School Super Ranking for undergraduate accounting programs combines the three most influential accounting school rankings from US News & World Report, Blomberg BusinessWeek and Public Accounting Report. Each of these accounting degree rankings brings a different methodology to bear in their selecting and ranking of accounting programs. By combining the results of each of them, our Accounting School Super Ranking provides the most comprehensive, well-rounded ranking of top accounting schools anywhere. Continue reading
If there is one theme to rival terrorism for defining the last decade-and-a-half, it would have to be corporate greed and malfeasance. Many of the biggest corporate accounting scandals in history happened during that time. Here’s a chronological look back at some of the worst examples. Continue reading
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Through partnerships with professional institutions, ACCA offers students and members access to other related professionals.
- ACCA is one of two professional bodies (Another is the charterholders of Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)) whose members are recognized by UK’s Securities & Investment Institute (SII) as equivalent to full SII membership (MSI). MSI are recognized by national investment professional bodies such as Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA)) and Hong Kong Securities Institute (HKSI). Continue reading
With an estimated fortune of $62 billion, Warren Buffett is the richest man in the entire world. In 1962, when he began buying stock in Berkshire Hathaway, a share cost $7.50. Today, Warren Buffett, 78, is Berkshire’s chairman and CEO, and one share of the company’s class A stock worth close to $119,000. He credits his astonishing success to several key strategies, which he has shared with writer Alice Schroeder. She spend hundreds of hours interviewing the Sage of Omaha for the new authorized biography The Snowball. Here are some of Warren Buffett’s money-making secrets — and how they could work for you. Continue reading
Many students have problems choosing which combination of ACCA exams to sit. We have conducted a survey, and over a 1,000 students participated.Here are the results:
2 ACCA Papers – the best combination
Interviews, interviews and interviews…they are the launch of a new job or a career. But most of the times, they are neither uncomplicated nor very pleasing. A job interview is the perfect example when a person faces excitement and pressure at the same time. This strange combination of sentiments can cloud our judgment and tie our tongues.
Perfection is not a man’s trait and many recruitment managers often over look puny interview mistakes. It is, however, important to be prepared to the greatest extent. There are some slip-ups that you can’t afford and there are some ridiculous mistakes that can cast a bad shadow over your abilities and future career.
On the day of your interview, remember to look good and confident and say all the right things. The rest will be fine. Don’t fret and try to think a little before uttering each word. Continue reading