If you are an ACCA candidate, you must be aware about exams results – date & availability. ACCA conducts two types of exams – Computer Based Exams (CBE) and Paper Based Exams (PBE). So results of CBEs are available immediate after ending the exam. PBE exams are held in June & December every year.

ACCA will release the June 2015 exam results electronically by email and text message and make them available to view online from Saturday 1 August 2015. Students will need to opt in to receive results by email and text message by 12 noon (UK time) on Friday 24 July 2015. In order to view your exam status report, please log into your myACCA account. You should then select ‘Exam Status and Results’. On the page displayed, you will see an option to ‘View your status report’. Selecting this option will display your report. For further information on when exam results will be available and how you can receive them, please visit the Exam results section. Here are few common questions for candidates’understanding:


ACCA has a range of procedures in place to ensure that the exam results issued are correct. However if you feel that your result does not reflect your performance, you may request an administrative review in the following circumstances:

  • you believe ACCA’s procedures have not been properly applied in arriving at your mark
  • you were present at the exam but have been issued an absent result
  • you were absent at the exam but have been issued a result.

A review may not be requested on the grounds of disagreement with the marker’s academic judgment. If you would like to request an administrative review you can submit your request using our online service at myACCA.


ACCA issues a Certificate of Achievement in recognition of their success to students who achieve 85% or above for papers in the Knowledge module (F1-F3).

Cash prizes sponsored by major employers and educational institutions will be awarded to candidates attaining the highest mark worldwide for individual papers under the Skills module of the Fundamentals and Professional levels.

Medals will be awarded to candidates who have attained the highest aggregate marks worldwide for papers in the Professional level – Essentials and Options module papers (P1-P7) – upon achieving affiliate status.


All prize winners will either be contacted by the exams department or their national office. If you scored a high mark and believe you may have won a prize, you should contact your national office. The global prize-winners will be published in Student Accountant magazine. National offices may also publish information on regional prize-winners.

Wish You all Best of Luck for Your ACCA Results!

Source: accaglobal.com


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