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ACCA publish exams results twice a year; on 8 February and 8 August for the December and June exams sessions, respectively.

All students have access to their exam results status online via myACCA.

A summary of the information on your Examination Results and Status Report form is below to assist you with queries related to your exam results.


This section displays the mark attained for each paper attempted at the last session of examinations.

Administrative review

ACCA has a range of procedures in place which reviews the academic judgements made by examiners and these ensure that the final results are robust. The quality controls applied at each stage of the marking process also ensure the integrity of ACCA's results data. If following publication of the results you do not feel that your result reflects your perceived performance, you may request an Administrative Review under the following circumstances:

You believe ACCA's procedures have not been properly applied in arriving at your mark.

You have received an absent mark but you were present at the examination.

You were not present at an examination but have received a mark.

The administrative reviews allow ACCA to ensure transparency and fairness, and are available for all qualifications that are assessed by paper based exam. However, this is not a re-marking service.

If you would like to request an Administrative Review, please go online to myACCA and click on Request an Administrative Review and make the required payment. Alternatively, you may complete the form (see Related Documents below) and submit it to the return address at the bottom of the form, enclosing the appropriate fee.

ACCA will carry out an Administrative Review of all processes followed to determine your final mark. You will receive written confirmation of the outcome of the Review no later than the week commencing 8 September 2014 for the June 2014 session.

Find out more about the Administrative Review process


This section shows your examination status following the most recent examination session and includes all exemptions awarded and CBE passes achieved before the date stated.

Students holding provisional converted passes in P1 and P4 must pass either P1 or any outstanding Options paper other than P4 in addition to twelve other papers in order to complete the exam requirement of the syllabus.


Professional Ethics module

The Professional Ethics module is a mandatory element of the ACCA Qualification. To take the module you must be eligible to sit a Professional level paper. The module - which is interactive - can be accessed through myACCA.

Your status for the Professional Ethics module will show as completed on the Examination Status Results form if you have completed the module by the date shown in the examination status section of the form.

Foundations in Professionalism module

The Foundations in Professionalism module is mandatory for all students studying any of the Foundation-level qualifications. The module - which is interactive - can be accessed through myACCA.

Your status for the Foundations in Professionalism module will show as complete on the Examination Status Results form if you have completed the module by the date shown in the examination status section of the form.


This section shows the performance objectives you have achieved and recorded with ACCA as at the date of this status report.

If you are using My Experience, any additional performance objectives you have achieved since the date of this report will be reflected online. You can access My Experience through myACCA.

This section also shows the time (in months) that you have accumulated and recorded in a relevant accounting or finance role.


This section shows your current status on the Oxford Brookes University degree.


This section shows your progress towards ACCA membership. To be eligible for membership you must complete all 14 examinations, 9 Essential and 4 Options performance objectives, have a minimum of 36 months experience in a relevant accounting or finance role and complete the Professional Ethics module.

Last updated: 3 Apr 2014

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