ACCA AA - Audit & Assurance

The ACCA Audit and Assurance (A&A) exam is a key milestone within your ACCA pathway. It delves deep into the fundamental aspects of auditing and assurance, highlighting the significance of audit knowledge within the business sector. This encompasses understanding the audit process, the principles of internal controls, the importance of ethical considerations in auditing, and the critical role of providing assurance on financial information. Our online course provides you with the resources needed for exam mastery, featuring accessible-on-demand lessons, bespoke notes and slides, and automatically graded practice questions.

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Frequently asked questions

What does the FR exam look like?

The Audit & Assurance exam features three distinct sections within its examination framework. Section A includes three questions, each totaling 10 marks, composed of five objective tests valued at two marks apiece. Section B encompasses three constructed response (CR) questions, each worth 20 or 30 marks each totaling 70 marks.

You can book your exam directly with ACCA.

This exam is offered once every quarter. March, June, September & December.

What previous qualifications are required to start the ACCA qualification?

To start your ACCA qualification you need to meet their entry requirements, these are different per country.

Click here to find out what the entry requirements are for your country.

If you do not meet these requirements you can complete ACCA's FIA qualification. Entry to the ACCA FIA qualification does not require any prior qualifications. After passing all 7 exams, you become eligible for entry into the ACCA qualification.

What is the ACCA FIA qualification?

The ACCA FIA (Foundation in Accountancy) qualification is designed as an entry-level accounting certification, offering foundational knowledge and skills in finance and accounting.

It comprises seven exams that cover key aspects of financial and management accounting.

Upon completion, it provides a pathway to the ACCA professional qualification & the ACCA CAT qualification.

Click here to find out more about the ACCA FIA qualification.

What is the ACCA CAT qualification?

The ACCA CAT (Certified Accounting Technician) qualification is a practical, entry-level accounting certification designed to provide individuals with a solid foundation in finance and accounting practices.

It focuses on equipping students with the skills and knowledge needed for various accounting roles within businesses or accounting firms.

The CAT qualification can serve as a standalone credential for pursuing a career in accounting or as a stepping stone towards achieving the full ACCA qualification, offering a flexible pathway for professional development in the field of accountancy.

Click here to find out more about the ACCA CAT qualification.

What is the ACCA Profesional Qualification?

The ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) qualification is a leading global accountancy credential that equips individuals with comprehensive financial management skills, strategic thinking, and professional ethics to excel in careers across accounting, finance, and business.

It involves passing a series of exams, gaining relevant work experience, and fulfilling professional ethics requirements, thereby preparing candidates for senior roles in accountancy, management, and consultancy.

Click here to find out more about the ACCA qualification.

In what order should I take the ACCA exams?

Students are advised to start with the BT, MA & FA exams, proceed to the CBL, PM, TX, FR, AA & FM exams and conclude with SBR, SBL & 2 exams from APM, ATX, AAA, AFM.

I have enrolled onto an MPES course, what else do I need to do?

To sit for your exams and achieve the qualification, you must register as an ACCA student with the ACCA.

Click here to register as an ACCA student.

You also need to complete 3 years of practical experience and an online ethics and professional skills module.