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The course is completely flexible and you work towards your own targets with your mentor’s support. If for any reason you do not meet your first targets then you can of course change them. The ACCA says that it takes a minimum of three years to complete. The ACCA run four exam sessions per year, and you can sit a maximum of four exams at each session. Therefore you could do all your exams in two years – but you need three years’ practical experience before you can become an ACCA member and become a qualified accountant. For more details on how long it takes to study ACCA, click here to read our blog.
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We are offering the opportunity to purchase hard copy texts from both Osborne and Kaplan with a generous discount of 50%.