1) Examination Date
The examinations will be taken in March and September of each year. The registration for the March examinations closes on 28th February and registration for the September examination closes on 31st August. The examination will be opened only to students registered under the scheme. It will be in three parts. Each part shall consist of four papers. Candidates shall take one part at a time and in a sequential order (i.e. Part I, Part II, and Part III).
2) Credit and Referral System
Parts I & II
Candidates are to sit for all the four papers in parts I and II and will be credited with any paper passed. Credits will also be given for any of the outstanding papers as they are passed.
Candidates are to sit for all the four papers in this part and pass at least two subjects before credit can be given. Credits will be given for any of the remaining papers passed at any subsequent sitting. Candidates must pass all the subjects at that part of the examination within six consecutive diets i.e. three consecutive years; otherwise, all credits granted will be cancelled. Candidates are not allowed to combine two levels of the examinations.
DATE LECTURES START
We offer tutorials for the below listed courses of the Accounting Technicians Scheme, West Africa, Part 2
2.1 Principles and Practice of Financial Accounting
2.2 Public Sector Accounting
2.3 Quantitative Analysis
2.4 Information Technology
Lectures commence in May and end by August each year for the September Examination
Second diet lectures commence in November and end by February of the following year in readiness for that year’s March examinations