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To earn your Diploma in IFR, you need to pass the exam and meet all the program eligibility requirements.
The DipIFR exam is only offered in English.
The DipIFR is a single three-hour closed book written exam.
The questions contain either computational or discursive elements and some have a scenario or case study approach. You’ll have three hours to complete the two sections (A and B) which offer a combined possible total of 100 marks. In section A, worth a total of 40 marks, you will find one group accounting question that is computational, and in section B, worth a total of 60 marks, you will have three compulsory questions that are a mixture of computational and discursive.
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The DipIFR exam pass rates for the past exam sessions were:
June 2014: 42%
December 2013: 45%
June 2013: 46%
December 2012: 34%
To pass the DipIFR exam, you’ll need a minimum score of 50%.
There is no limit to the number of times you can retake the exam and it can be retaken in every exam session set by ACCA (June and December of every year).
However, please note you will not be able to enter for exams if you are awaiting results from a previous session. You will have to wait to take the exams after results have been released
No, to be eligible to become an ACCA member, you need to meet certain requirements. For more information please visit accaglobal.com
The initial registration fee for June 2015 is £211 and £211 for a re-sit. The late entry fee is £299.