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How many CBEs are available within the ACCA and CAT qualification and the Foundations In Accountancy suite of awards?

All three knowledge module exams within the ACCA qualification are available by on-demand CBE:

  • F1 Accountant in Business
  • F2 Management Accounting
  • F3 Financial Accounting

The following skills exams within the ACCA Qualification are available by on-demand CBE:

  • F4 (ENG) Corporate and Business Law
  • F4 (GLO) Corporate and Business Law

These papers each share a syllabus and exam format with the following papers in Foundations in Accountancy:

  • ACCA F1 and FAB
  • ACCA F2 and FMA
  • ACCA F3 and FFA

The first seven papers in the Foundations In Accountancy suite of awards and the CAT qualification are also available in on-demand CBE format.

From September 2016 we will, initially in selected markets, be introducing session CBEs for the F5-F9 exams. For more information about our new timetabled session CBEs, please visit the session CBEs section of our website.

For more information on the Foundation Level qualifications, please see the 'Related Links' section of this page.

How can I learn more about the exam formats?

Visit the session CBE exam format page or the on-demand CBE exam format page to learn more. 

I am completing the ACCA qualification and wish to take computer-based exams. How does that affect any attempts at paper-based exams?

For full information visit our progression rules page.

How is it best to prepare for the ACCA qualification knowledge module exams?

Students should ensure that as part of their revision, they are familiar with the multiple choice style of questions as well as the wider range of objective question types, and multi task questions if taking a computer-based exam.

It is recommended that students attempt the CBE specimen exam which is available in our exam resources section.

Last updated: 6 Jul 2017