Posts tagged: "ACA qualification"
Posted on September 9, 2016 by Alice Sturgess
Over the next few weeks, my intake are due to sign off our ICAEW training files and officially complete the ACA. We’re going to be issued Audit Principal contracts and many of us are moving teams. more… Onwards and upwards (or, my only regret is Colin Firth)
Posted on April 1, 2016 by Louise McLeod
Before starting at the NAO, I always wondered what the structure of the ACA (Associate Chartered Accountant) course would be like. I thought it would be useful for you to find out about the key stages in becoming a qualified accountant. more… The ACA: How to become a qualified accountant
Posted on March 11, 2016 by Guest blogger
How do you best prepare for your exams? Stuart Galloway, one of our first-year trainees, shares his very own tips and tricks with us today.
After finishing the first six ACA (Associate Chartered Accountant) exams, I was talking with a colleague about finding the best way to study. He said I should write a blog post about it, so here goes. Finding your best way of studying is a personal thing – everyone’s different and this sort of thing comes best from experience – but here’s a few thoughts. more… Finding the best way to study
Posted on February 26, 2016 by Suhaib Motala
Reader, I passed! A not so quiet celebration I had – to celebrate the passing of my final three exams. more… Exam results – Finals
Posted on October 30, 2015 by Guest blogger
It’s been over two years since we launched this blog, and we’ve recently hit the 100 blog posts mark (well done to our fabulous bloggers!). Time to look back, we think, and what better way than to have a look at what you actually liked best?
(Obviously, we like to think that every article we publish on this blog will be a smashing hit, but as truth will have it, some articles perform better than others…) Read on for a list of our top 10 most popular blog posts. more… Celebrating 100 blog posts: Your top 10