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ACCA Exam Dates for 2023

ACCA exam dates and deadlines for December and September sittings of 2023.

Whilst it is very important to focus on your ACCA study in preparation for your exams, don’t forget to keep an eye on important dates for each sitting.  Below are the deadlines and exam timetable for the March 2023 and June 2023 exam sessions.

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ACCA March 2023

Exam Entry Deadlines

Early exam entry deadline date – 8th November
Standard exam entry deadline – 30th January
Late exam entry deadline – 6th February

ACCA March Exams: 6th – 10th March*

Monday, Mar 6th

  • AA (Audit and Assurance)
  • AAA (Advanced Audit and Assurance)

Tuesday, Mar 7th

  • TX (Taxation)
  • ATX (Advanced Taxation) UK, ZAF
  • SBL (Strategic Business Leader)

Wednesday, Mar 8th

  • PM (Performance Management)
  • APM (Advanced Performance Management)
  • Advanced Taxation (ATX) CYP, HKG, IRL, MLA, MYS, SGP

Thursday, Mar 9th

  • FR (Financial Reporting)
  • SBR (Strategic Business Reporting)

Friday, Mar 10th

  • FM (Financial Management)
  • AFM (Advanced Financial Management)
  • Corporate and Business Law (LW)

*All ACCA exams and variants are available during this session – apart from BT, MA, FA and LW exams (variants English and Global), which are available as on-demand CBE only.

March Exam Sitting Results

The exam results for the March sitting will be announced on 17th April 2023 (TBC)

ACCA June 2023

Exam Entry Deadlines

Early exam entry deadline date – 7th February
Standard exam entry deadline – 1st May
Late exam entry deadline – 8th May

ACCA June Exams: TBC

 

September Exam Sitting Results

The exam results for the June sitting will be announced on July 17th. Bookmark these dates to ensure you’re always prepared for your ACCA exams! Due to ongoing uncertainty with COVID-19, please keep an eye on the ACCA Exam information page for updates & changes regarding exam centres that may apply to you.

Conor Motyer
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