We have a host of support and study resources to help you progress through your ACCA journey
Whether you have passed or failed an exam – or haven't taken an exam recently – now is the perfect time to get your study preparations under way to help you progress on your journey towards your ultimate goal of ACCA membership.
For those of you who have passed your exam(s) – well done! Take advantage of your effective study plan to move onwards and upwards to the next stage of your studies. Make sure to keep updated by downloading the Student Accountant app and reading your regular Student Accountant emails, so that you don’t miss out on the latest resources relevant to the exams you’re taking next.
For those of you who failed an exam, don’t be disheartened. Take time to reflect on where you went wrong and then draw up a study plan and stick to it.
If you haven’t taken an exam recently and want to take advantage of the four exam sessions a year, then make sure to access our handy Exam Planner Tool to help you plan ahead and sit exams when it best suits you.
And don't miss out on your chance to enter for the September 2019 exams – the standard entry deadline is 29 July. You can book your exams in your myACCA account.
We have lots of support to help you. Why not take a look?
Download the free monthly Student Accountant app to access regular exam advice and important updates about our exams, careers features and advice, support for your qualification, interviews with employers, students and members, advice from tutors, news from the accountancy world, ACCA news and lots more.
There is a wide range of resources available to help you prepare for success in your exams. You can practise exam-style questions, gain insights from the examining team on how to approach the exam, or broaden your understanding of exam topics.
The study support resources finder in the student area of the website now makes it easy for you to access all the relevant study materials for your exam(s).
The ACCA Learning Community is an online area where you can seek advice from - and support - your fellow students in study groups, (virtually) attend regular events with tutors to ask any exam or technique questions and find a study buddy near you.