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Dockets will be available to download from your myACCA account approximately two weeks after standard exam entry closes.
If you have used the online late entry facility, your Examination Attendance Docket should be available for download approximately three weeks before the start of the exams.
Simply log into your myACCA account and click into the EXAM ENTRY link. You should print the docket and take it with you to the examination centre as you will need it to gain admittance to each exam.
This includes a timetable of all the exams that you are entered for, details of the desk that has been assigned to you for each paper and the address of your exam centre. The docket also details important exam regulations and guidelines. You should read these carefully to familiarise yourself with the exam procedure and what equipment you are allowed to take with you into the exams. Please see the Related Links at the top left of this page for more information on the rules and regulations for sitting an examination.
If your docket does not include a photograph it will still be accepted at the examination centre, however, please send an acceptable (passport sized) photograph at the first opportunity. Photos should be scanned and emailed to ACCA. Acceptable formats are JPEG or GIF. Please allow five working days for photos to be added to your account.
Please send an acceptable (passport sized) photograph at the first opportunity. Photos should be scanned and emailed to ACCA. Acceptable formats are JPEG or GIF. Please allow five working days for photos to be added to your account.
Your docket is used to ensure your entry to the examination and to record your attendance at the examination. It will be retained by the centre supervisor after your last examination in the session.
Dockets will be available to download at any time from your myACCA account approximately two weeks after standard exam entry closes.
Please ensure you have your Examination Attendance Docket and official photographic identification, such as a passport, driving licence or national identity card, with you at the exam centre. These will be checked during the exam to verify your identity. If you are unable to prove your identity your candidate answer booklet(s) may not be marked.
Please note that you are only permitted to attempt the paper(s) shown and chosen by you. You can only attend the examination centre shown.
The name you have registered on your myACCA account should match that indicated on your official identification. In such cases, the photograph on your official ID could be used to help verify your identity. It would, however, be advisable to update your student record for future sessions.
If you forget your docket on the day of your exam, you will be issued a new one by staff at the exam centre.
The docket will be collected by the supervisor during the exam to record your attendance. If you have any other exams during the session, the docket will be returned to you. If it is your last exam of the session, the docket will be retained for our records.
If a docket is not returned and you still require it to sit other exams then you can download another copy from myACCA.
Last updated: 22 Apr 2014