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Applying for Your DipIFR Exam Made Easy

Posted on March 8, 2015 1:17 pm;

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To apply for your DipIFR exam, you’ll need to be a registered ACCA student. The process should take just 10 minutes if you choose to apply and upload your supporting documents online at www.accaglobal.com.

Let’s take you through it step by step:

Step 1

Enter your personal details, choice of secure password and email to get your ACCA reference number that will help you keep track of your application.

Your email must be unique and private to you. If you need a new one, you can use ACCA’s free email service accamail.

Step 2

This page lets you check the confirmation of your country of residence and choice of qualification. Take the time to read all the information on this page before moving on.

Step 3

Now it’s time to share some more information – your address, employment details, and mobile number and if you would like SMS updates.

If asked which employment sector you work in, make sure to select Public Practice if you work in a firm that provides professional services that require accountancy or related skills that would be performed by a professional accountant.

Step 4

Next you’ll be asked to enter your academic details to ensure you meet minimum entry requirements. This is also the time to use your academic credentials to apply for any possible exemptions, so make sure you have all information to hand.

Step 5

This pages displays confirmation of your exam status and any exemptions provisionally awarded. You have the right to give up any exemptions and sit the exam instead simply by indicating it on this page.  Finalized exemptions are confirmed at a later stage.

Step 6

Here you’ll find out which supporting documents are required so you can upload them electronically, including proof of identity, proof of qualifications and a passport sized photo.

Step 7

Check out a summary of everything you’ve entered so far. Want to change anything? Use the side menu to return to any section and make changes.

To continue, confirm that you have read and accepted ACCA’s terms and conditions.

Step 8

If you are completing the entire application online including uploading documents, you have the option of selecting for exam entry at this stage. Your exam entry is provisional at this stage and is subject to change based on the outcome of an exemptions assignment.

Step 9

Your registration fee and any exams you have selected to enter need to be paid at this point.

If you are paying with an international credit card, make sure it is enabled  to process payments in British Sterling pounds.

Step 10

If you’ve uploaded your entire application online, that’s all for now – you’re done! Just look out for an ACCA email within 15 working days as your confirmation.

If you chose to submit your supporting documents by post, you need to print the cover sheet indicated on screen and send this along with your documents.  ACCA advises you to use registered post and allow 20 working days for processing time after ACCA receives your documents.

The above is a brief guide. If you have any more questions or need any assistance, don’t hesitate to contact us, we’ll be happy to guide you every step of the way.

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