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Confused what to choose. Suggetions Required
01-25-2009, 05:39 PM,
mr naveed first of all stop reading the ACCA vs CA debate. 2nd ignore propoganda against ACCA

if u are above 21yrs (if u r born in 1983 u definitely can) then u can join through ACCA's MSER (mature student entry route). the only difference is that u will have to pass papers F2 and F3 first to be transferred to the ACCA professional qualification. ACCA give MSER students 2 yrs to do so.

it only depends on how serious u r about ure studies. and please dont take advise from people who are "NOT" ACCA'S.

to know about all the ACCA's entry routeS visit


the website describes MSER AS

<b>Mature Student Entry Route (MSER)
Normally over age 21
no academic qualifications required
must pass the equivalent of Papers F2, Management Accounting and F3, Financial Accounting within two years before further progression to the ACCA exams is permitted.</b>

if u r still in doubts then please write to - this is the ACCA CONNECT address for students, ure enquiry will definetly be replied to but u should atleast wait for a week for the reply.

can u tell us in which city r u ?? u can visit this link for all the ACCA offices in pakistan.


If U R NOT ABOVE 21 then u wil have to do cat or a degree.better u go through the above link for entry routes

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[No subject] - by faizee - 01-23-2009, 10:59 PM
[No subject] - by rabia-k - 01-23-2009, 11:26 PM
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[No subject] - by naveedahmed1983 - 01-25-2009, 02:50 AM
[No subject] - by mroneflower - 01-25-2009, 04:05 AM
[No subject] - by rabia-k - 01-25-2009, 05:39 PM
[No subject] - by naveedahmed1983 - 01-27-2009, 07:19 PM
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