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ACA students celebrate summer success

Friday 13 July 2018, ICAEW once again celebrates the successes of ACA students in their June 2018 ACA Professional Level exams and Level 4 Accounting Technician apprenticeship end-point assessments.

Students scored high in all ACA exams, with Business Strategy and Technology seeing the highest pass rate (91.2%), closely followed by Tax Compliance (83.9%) and Audit and Assurance (83.8%). 

There was once again incredible success in the Level 4 Accounting Technician apprenticeship end-point assessments, with exceptionally high pass rates being achieved once more. Students achieved a 100% pass rate for the Portfolio and Reflective Statement, and 94% for the Role Simulation exam, proving they have the skills and knowledge to become Level 4 Accounting Technicians.  

Commenting on the ACA Professional Level exam results and the Level 4 Accounting Technician apprenticeship end-point assessments for June 2018 released today, Mark Protherough, ICAEW Learning and Professional Development Executive Director, said:

“It is fantastic to see another set of such impressive results. The ACA exams are the most challenging exams and our students continue to display they have what it takes to be the next generation of business leaders. It is also exciting to see once again such a high pass rate in the Level 4 Accounting Technician apprenticeship end-point assessments, our apprentices continue to show themselves as great assets to the industry. 

“I hope all students are proud of their achievements and wish them the very best of luck as they complete their Level 4 Accounting Technician and/or continue to work towards becoming an ICAEW Chartered Accountant.”

Congratulations to all June 2018 prize winners:

Business Strategy and Technology
First Place and the Railton prize
Philip Mitchell, Leeds (KPMG)

Audit and Assurance
First Place and the Watts prize
Alina Kudryashova, London (EY)

Financial Management
Joint First Place and the Howitt prize
Abigail Mathias, London (PWC)
Sophie Randle, Rugby (EY)
Max Ravenscroft, Horsham (PWC)

Financial Accounting and Reporting
First Place and the Spicer and Pegler prize
Gerrard Jayaratnam, Reading (Deloitte)

Tax Compliance
First Place and the Knox prize
Sophie Randle, Rugby (EY)

Business Planning: Taxation
First Place and the Little prize
Hope Deary, Preston (Moore and Smalley)

Business Planning: Insurance
First Place
Sunil Ghosh, London (PWC)

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