If you experienced difficult circumstances which may have affected your exam performance (mitigating circumstances), you can tell us by submitting details through myACCA.
You can let us know about mitigating circumstances by submitting details via the Exams section of your MyACCA portal.
The deadline for the March 2022 exam session is 21 June. All notifications of mitigating circumstances and supporting evidence must be provided by this date.
Mitigating circumstances may include but are not limited to:
It is extremely important for you to provide documentary evidence relating to your personal circumstances (where applicable), for consideration to be given.
Examples of documentary evidence may include but are not limited to:
Where the circumstance relates to technical issues, we will also review internal information in relation to this, in order to understand the issues that may have affected your exam.
You should upload evidence via myACCA, along with your mitigating circumstances submission.
If you have any additional evidence to upload at a later date, you must submit it by the mitigating circumstances closing date. We are unable to accept any evidence provided after this date.
The mitigating circumstances process is available for all session-based exams.
Mitigating circumstances requests cannot be made for on-demand computer based exams (on-demand CBEs). These exams are highly flexible, so if you plan to take an on-demand CBE and are affected by personal circumstances, you should re-schedule the exam to a more convenient time.
If you have experienced any problems sitting an exam at an on-demand exam centre, you should report this to the CBE centre personnel directly.
If you believe that we have not applied our procedures properly when you receive your exam result, you can appeal to the Examinations Appeals Committee.
Email your request to: AR-MCappeals@accaglobal.com
Appeal fee: £30.
Appeal submission deadline: 17 August for the March 2022 exam session.
When we receive your appeal request, the relevant fee will be raised on your account. You must pay this by the appeal submission deadline.
Once you have paid the fee, we will send you an appeal acknowledgement email. This email will:
Your request to appeal will then be forwarded to the committee for consideration.
The committee meets once per exam session. Therefore we are unable to consider any appeals made after the submission deadline, or provide you with the outcome any earlier than the date given in your acknowledgement email.
The appeals process is not a re-consideration of your circumstances. The Committee will undertake independent checks to confirm all stages of the mitigating circumstances process were undertaken and the correct mark was in fact issued to you. You will not receive any detail on the consideration given, such as awarded marks. Additional documentation or information on your circumstances cannot be submitted at this time.