At ACCA we believe outstanding exam achievement deserves recognition.
Students who achieve 85% or above for papers in the Knowledge module (F1–F3) will be issued with a Certificate of Achievement in recognition of their success.
Cash prizes sponsored by major employers and educational institutions will be awarded to candidates attaining the highest mark worldwide for individual papers under the Skills module of the Fundamentals and Professional levels.
Medals will be awarded to candidates who have attained the highest aggregate marks worldwide for papers in the Professional level – Essentials and Options module papers (P1–P7) – upon achieving affiliate status.
The above awards will only be given to those candidates who achieve the highest marks on their first attempt.
Prize-winning students will normally be notified about three weeks after the publication of results (please note there will be no prizewinners for the September 2015 session). In countries where ACCA has offices, branches and student societies, or Joint Examination Scheme arrangements with the national accountancy body, additional local prizes may be awarded. In addition, a number of prizes are awarded from trust funds.
Should you attempt an examination by CBE prior to your official first examination session date then this paper will not be eligible for prize winner status.
Also, should you be absent from your first examination session date, this will be considered as a first attempt and this paper will not be eligible for prize winner status.