ACCA Exam: F2 MA Management Accounting

Duration: 2 hours, 2 seatings

Computer Based Examinations (CBEs) are available for the first seven papers (not the options papers) within the Foundations in Accountancy suite of awards.

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  • Fri 31 Jul
    5 hours, 30 minutes, 09:00 AM - 02:30 PM 2 seatings, 2 hours
    Session information
    Sessions
    Seating #1
    Fri 31 Jul 09:00 - Fri 31 Jul 11:00
    AdvantageCaribbean Barbados
    Seating #2
    Fri 31 Jul 12:30 - Fri 31 Jul 14:30
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    AdvantageCaribbean Barbados Bentley Beckles
    • Price based on seatings selected
    Register4 places remaining
  • Fri 28 Aug
    5 hours, 30 minutes, 09:00 AM - 02:30 PM 2 seatings, 2 hours
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    Sessions
    Seating #1
    Fri 28 Aug 09:00 - Fri 28 Aug 11:00
    AdvantageCaribbean Barbados
    Seating #2
    Fri 28 Aug 12:30 - Fri 28 Aug 14:30
    AdvantageCaribbean Barbados
    AdvantageCaribbean Barbados Bentley Beckles
    • $155.00 excl.
    Register4 places remaining
  • Fri 25 Sep
    5 hours, 30 minutes, 09:00 AM - 02:30 PM 2 seatings, 2 hours
    Session information
    Sessions
    Seating #1
    Fri 25 Sep 09:00 - Fri 25 Sep 11:00
    AdvantageCaribbean Barbados
    Seating #2
    Fri 25 Sep 12:30 - Fri 25 Sep 14:30
    AdvantageCaribbean Barbados
    AdvantageCaribbean Barbados Bentley Beckles
    • Price based on seatings selected
    Register4 places remaining
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Description

Students are not restricted to paper-based exam sessions as CBEs can be sat at any time of the year.

ACCA CBE

As soon as a student has received confirmation from ACCA that their application has been approved, they may make arrangements to sit CBEs.

Students should arrange their CBEs directly with Advantage Caribbean Institute.

For more information on registration and exam entry, please visit the ACCA Website

Prerequisites

All students MUST be registered with ACCA prior to being entered for CBEs.

You are eligible to sit a maximum of four papers in a three-month exam cycle, across a maximum of eight distinct exams over the course of a calendar year. These can be any combination of computer-based and paper-based exams.

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