The ACCA March 2022 exam pass rates

The March pass rates are now out, and Alan Hatfield, ACCA executive director – content, quality and innovation, said: “We start the 2022 exam session with robust results. These are a testament to students’ dedication and hard work.”

Here are the ACCA March 2022 exam pass rates: BT 83%; FA 71%; MA 67%; LW 85%; TX 51%; FR 50%; PM 40%; FM 50%; AA 44%; SBL 50%; SBR 46%; AAA 33%; AFM 43%; APM 34%; ATX 38%.

Hatfield said that ACCA makes regular revisions to the Qualification’s syllabus and recent updates have included a strengthened focus on digital, with data analytics, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, robotic process engineering, internet of things, and automation.

He explained: “Sustainability is also central to the ACCA Qualification, developing skills and knowledge about the importance of sustainability reporting, the need to address ESG factors on strategy formulation, performance measurement and how to conduct sustainability audits.”

Some 88,564 PQs entered the March exams, with 105,155 exams taken. In all just over 3,000 students completed their final exams to become affiliates. ACCA also revealed that 9,173 took their exams remotely.

Don’t forget you can read all the March feedback in the latest issue of PQ magazine: