You may be aware that ACCA recently announced they will be moving to four exam sittings from 2016, meaning you can sit your exams in March, June, September and December. This is to offer students greater flexibility on when to sit the exams, and to give you more opportunities to fit extra papers in if you want to accelerate your studies.
But what do the four exam sittings really mean for your studies and your work/life balance?
We recently conducted some independent research with students and employers to find out their views on the additional exam sittings and to understand what is important to them. We’ve combined this research with our learning expertise, to provide recommendations for those of you unsure what to do next to prepare for the changes in 2016.
To find out more and to view our recommendations, please visit our ACCA 2016 advice page on our website.
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