Press release: Pass rates for June 2022 ACCA exam sitting

Of 122,756 students, 3,866 completed their final exams to become ACCA Affiliates.

Pass rates have been announced by ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) for students who sat their exams in June 2022.

101,866 entered for the June sitting, which saw 122,756 exams completed. A total of 3,877 students completed their final exams to become ACCA Affiliates. Remotely invigilated exams continue to be popular with the number of students choosing this option rising to 15,474.

Alan Hatfield, executive director – content, quality and innovation, said: ‘These are a strong set of mid-year results and we’re pleased to see so many students continuing on their journey towards ACCA membership.

The ACCA Qualification continuously focuses on ensuring that our students have the appropriate skills, abilities and competencies required for the future accountant. In support of our improvement plan, students will be aware that from the September 2022 exam session we are introducing professional skills marks into the Strategic Professional Options examinations.

This is a progressive innovation which will enable ACCA students to demonstrate their technical mastery of their chosen specialisms, alongside the professional skills they need to be a successful finance professional in the workplace. The changes from September are in our AAA, AFM and APM examinations - ATX will change from June 2023. If you’re a student planning to sit AAA, AFM or APM in September, we have a selection of fantastic learning resources to help support you with this exciting change and achieve success.’

Exam results
The ACCA Qualification rigorously tests the skills, abilities and competencies that a modern accountant needs, with a firm grounding in ethics and professionalism. It prepares students for a rewarding career as a qualified and ethical finance professional.

Results below also include those delivered via ACCA’s on-demand offering for Foundation Diplomas, Applied Knowledge and Law exams. These accounted for a further 33,474 exams, of which 1,978 were made possible through remote invigilation.

For any student-related enquiry, please email ACCA Connect at [email protected]

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