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ACCA Exams Time-Table for March/June 2021

Association of Chartered Certified Accountants ACCA Exams Time-Table for March/June 2021.

ACCA exams time-table for the year 2021 published on ACCA official website

March 2021 exam timetable (1-5 March)

Audit and Assurance (AA)Taxation (TX) MYS, SGP, UKPerformance Management (PM)Financial Reporting (FR)Financial Management (FM)
Advanced Audit and Assurance (AAA) INT, IRL, SGP, UKAdvanced Taxation  (ATX) MYS, UKAdvanced Performance Management (APM)Strategic Business Reporting (SBR) INT, IRL, UKAdvanced Financial Management (AFM)
 Strategic Business Leader (SBL)  Corporate and Business Law (LW) MYS, SGP

ACCA Exams Time-Table for March/June 2021

June 2021 – ACCA exams* (7-11 June)

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursday Friday
Audit and Assurance (AA)Taxation (TX)Performance Management (PM)Financial Reporting (FR)Financial Management (FM)
Advanced Audit and Assurance (AAA)Advanced Taxation (ATX) HKG, UK, ZAF Advanced Performance Management (APM)Strategic Business Reporting (SBR)Advanced Financial Management (AFM)
 Strategic Business Leader (SBL)Advanced Taxation (ATX) CYP, IRL, MLA, MYS, SGP Corporate and Business Law (LW)

* Please note that BT, MA, FA and LW examinations (variants English and Global) are available as on-demand CBE only. All other exams and variants are available during this session.

June 2021 – Foundations and niche exams** (7-11 June)

Foundations in Taxation (FTX)Foundations in Financial Management (FFM)Foundations in Audit (FAU)Technician Role Simulation (TRS)Diploma in International Financial Reporting (DipIFR)

** Please note that all other Foundation-level exams are available as on-demand CBE only.

Exam start times

Details of local start times can be found on the Exam Planner and will be stated on exam dockets.

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