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ACCA June exam results now in
18 July 2017
Increased uptake of tuition and learning support is the reason for the improving exam success for both P1 and P3, according to the ACCA.
Reacting to the latest exam results ACCA’s Alan Hatfield (pictured), executive director strategy and development said: “‘What’s becoming increasingly clear is that when students access and use the right learning support – especially blended options combining learning provider courses with ACCA’s own resources across all levels of the syllabus – pass rates get stronger.” The pass rate for P1 rose to 51%, up from 45% in March; the P3 success rate was 54%, up from 51%.
The only paper to see its pass rate fall was P2, down to 47% from 52% in March. But the rates rates for P4, P5 and P7 are still a cause for concern.
Some 135,259 students around the world sat the exams, which saw 186,011 exams taken and 5,853 students complete their final exams on the path to becoming ACCA members.
Here are the pass rates in full:
F1 83%; F2 64%; F3 68%; F4 77%; F5 43%; F6 50%; F7 48%; F8 43%; F9 46%; P1 51%; P2 47%; P3 54%; P4 34%; P5 32%; P6 43%; P7 32%
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