If technical issues impact your exam day you may wish to use our post-exam day options. You can self-serve these options using Exam Planner.
To be eligible to use our rebook option you must have:
In addition to meeting the above criteria, if you wish to withdraw your exam you must also have:
If you do not meet the eligibility criteria for either our rebook or withdrawal post-exam options, you will not be able to use our post-exam options.
Students who experience technical issues can use Exam Planner to rebook their exam for our contingency week. This option is available for all exams apart from some variants - view the timetable for information on when these are scheduled.
If you have to rebook your exam, you should be aware that
Watch the video below for step-by-step instructions on to rebook your exam using Exam Planner.
If you are unable to rebook your exam for the contingency week you have the option of withdrawing your exam using Exam Planner and receiving a credit for your exam fee.
If you withdraw your exam, you should be aware that:
Watch the video below for step-by-step instructions on to withdraw your exam using Exam Planner.
Alternatively, if you have experienced technical issues which you feel have negatively impacted your performance but you have been able to either:
you may wish to apply for mitigating circumstances. If you choose to do so, the mitigating results you experienced will be taken into consideration during the results process.
Mitigating circumstances requests are made through your myACCA account and must be submitted by the relevant deadline
Visit our mitigating circumstances page for more information.
If you have any further questions relating to your post-exam options you may wish to visit our remote session FAQs page