ACCA cancels June exams in UK, Ireland, Western Europe and the Americas

ACCA has announced it has cancelled June exams in the UK, Ireland, Western Europe and the Americas; we are talking of exams from Antigua to Cyprus.

ACCA’s Alan Hatfield said: “We are urgently reviewing the viability of running exam sittings elsewhere on a country-by-country basis, and we will let you know as soon as possible where we need to cancel.”

Where exams are cancelled ACCA will issue an exam credit, so you can rebook a future session.

Hatfield explained that moving forward ACCA is looking at options that utilises software which replicate exam centre controls and conditions in the home. He stressed: “we know this solution will not suit all our students, but if our investigations show this is viable, it could be an option for many students.”

Check out the ACCA website for more, and some great FAQs…