ACCA stands for Association for Chartered Certified Accountant. A Chartered Certified Accountant is a profession in the field of finance and accounting. The profession keenly concentrates on auditing financial records, investing financial anomalies, financial forecasting and developing and maintaining financial system
Levels of Course -
The Qualification has been divided into 2 levels (i.e. Fundamentals Level and Strategic Professional Level) with 13 exams.
Eligibility criteria to appear this exam -
To appear for the ACCA course examination a candidate should have = Qualified the 10+2 exams and an aggregate of 65% in Mathematics/Accounts and English and a minimum of 50% in other subjects
Average Duration of the course -
It takes 2 to 3 years to complete all the exams of the ACCA course.
Passing criteria and exam pattern -
- Minimum of 50 percent marks in each paper.
- F1 to F4 are MCQ’s and computer based exams (‘CBE’) and can be taken at any time during the year and remaining 9 papers are paper based exams
- All paper based exams for papers F5 to F9 and SBR to AAA are conducted 4 times a year in the months of March, June, September and December
- Management Accounting
- Financial & Cost Accounting