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Academic Qualification Exempted Papers
Class 12th None of the papers are exempted and an individual is required to sit for all 13 papers to become ACCA qualified.
Graduation If an individual has completed B. Com they are exempted from up to 4 papers however if they have done BBA they can be exempted from up to 1 paper only in order to get their ACCA qualification.
Foundation CA If an individual has completed their foundation CA course without graduation, they cannot be exempted from any of the papers and have to appear for all of them. However, if they have completed their graduation the exemptions are similar to those as described above.
Inter CA If an individual has completed their Inter CA course they have exemption of up to 5 papers, however if they have completed their Inter CA course alongside B.Com, they can be exempted from up to 6 papers.
Final CA Finally, if an individual has completed their final CA level they can be exempted from up to 9 papers to get their ACCA qualification.
CA qualified If an individual is qualified CA then they can be exempted from 9 papers to get their ACCA qualification.

FAQs

In order to be eligible for ACCA, an individual must meet the following academic qualification criteria-
1. An individual must have qualified their 10+2 examinations with at least 65% aggregate in Mathematics/Accounts & English.
2. At least 50% aggregate in other subjects.
3. If English is not one's first language, they must provide evidence for their proficiency by providing scores of English Language tests like IELTS or TOEFL.

Yes, the ACCA course can be completed in 2 years given one’s education qualifications. The ACCA certification however takes 3 years as one must complete their practical experience requirement and apply for membership to get ACCA qualified.

ACCA qualification can open doors to a wide number of careers in the field of accounting and finance such as financial controller, chief financial officer, consultants, business analyst, financial and treasury analyst and auditor.

Yes, one can start the ACCA course after completing their 12th with at least 65% aggregate in Mathematics/Accounts and English along with an aggregate of 50% in other subjects.

While one cannot register for ACCA unless they have completed their 12th, one can start preparing for the course and the papers before time. Once class 12th is complete, they can proceed to register and appear for the papers and get ACCA certified after meeting the requirements.

ACCA classes can be both online and offline depending on the course being provided by different organizations. The ACCA course by VGLD provides a unique experience of online classes which are both instruction based and self-paced. ACCA course by VGLD provides recorded lectures along with live online classes and special online doubt classes. You can check out more details on the ACCA course details page.

There is a lot of material in the form of videos, books and notes available online. However, ACCA is one such course which requires constant instruction and doubt clearance, hence choosing a specialized course can be extremely helpful while preparing for this examination. ACCA course by VGLD is one such option that provides easy access to course content, resources, live classes and recorded lectures which can be beneficial for an ACCA aspirant.

PER refers to Practical Experience Requirements which is a prerequisite and key component for getting the ACCA qualification. After completing the 13 papers, one must work under supervision for three years in order to get ACCA qualified. This helps in developing practical experience, professional knowledge and gives an insight into the world of finance and accounting.

The salary ranges from 4 lac to 14 lac depending upon the candidates skills and companies demand. Fresh Graduates earn around 4 lac(which is same for a CA) while the average salary is around 8 lac. There will be an increase in average salary in future as the demand for ACCA qualified candidates is on a steady rise.