I resat it in September yesterday and it did not go well at all.
February 21, Hi, this will be my first post. It is about the course I am studying now. I will be introducing to you all about the general information of ICAEW since it is quite a new course in Malaysia and many people are not familiar with it.
It offers 2 qualifications: It takes around 5. How is CFAB course structure like? CFAB consists of 6 papers: In Sunway, you have to take additional 4 subjects: Also, there are 2 MPU subjects to be taken for Malaysians: It is in bahasa Melayu. For foreign students, you too have to take 2 MPU subjects: Bahasa Melayu and Malaysian Studies.
For accounting, you will have a long question and 24 MCQ and for Tax, you will have some of the questions to fill in the blank. It is computer based and you will take the exam in one of the college's computer rooms.
The exam duration is 1. To prepare students for the real exam situations and to familiar the students with the types of questions, you will have 2 tests and a mock exam before the final exam. The 2 tests and the mock exam are both prepared by the college's lecturer while the final exam is from the UK.
Do you think you can cheat during the exam? All the questions are scrambled for the 2 tests and the mock exam. For the final, the questions are still scrambled and they will have a few sets of paper.
So, that means some students will get paper A while the others will get paper B. Are the questions tough? YES for the final.
Most of the students said that most of the final questions are almost unrelated to the text book. However, I think that it is still related, it is just that the questions change a little to more like a real life situation and you just need to take some time and figure it.
That's what make an exam an exam. When will we get the results? For the tests and the mock exam, you will get it right after you finish your exam.
It will appear on the computer screen. For the final, you will have to wait probably around 24 hours and you will have to check it in the ICAEW website. How is ACA course structure like?
Professional stage consists of 6 papers: For the Advance stage, you will have a case study and 2 papers: However, the training contract is depend on the company, some may require you to work for 5 years.
However, I heard that is around 2. I've seen one of the papers, it has around 3 or 4 questions. How many exam's attempts? If you fail all 4 attempts, you are out of the course! You will then be a chartered accountant! Apparently, one of my friends did not get a distinction for english, so he has to retake the paper or else he is out of this programme.
Also, you must be at least 16 years old. However, the age limit is not quite strict because there's a 14 years old boy who succeed in entering this programme.study PAST PAPERS Preparing for exams?
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