ACCA are introducing four exam sessions a year for all students from F5 onwards. Initially this is being trialled in certain pilot exam centres, but will be rolled out for all students from 2016. This means you’ll be able to sit your ACCA exams in March, June, September and December.
This is ideal if you have heavy work commitments at certain times of the year (e.g. audit or tax deadlines) and have quieter periods other times. If there’s not much demand for some exams, they won’t be offered at all four sessions.
Where can I sit my ACCA exam in September 2015?
Here’s a list of the pilot test centres for the ACCA September 2015 exams.
Belfast, Northern Ireland
Federal Territory, Malaysia
Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Why Should you sit an exam in September 2015?
Some students prefer to spread out their study, and by having their exams in September, can focus on one course at a time. If you’d prefer to concentrate on one exam at a time, this might suit you.
Also, as we mentioned, if you have busy work schedules in the first half of the year, sitting your exams in September may suit you.