What types of questions can I expect in the DipIFR exam?
Share this article:
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.
For more information on the DipIFR exam, please click here.