ACCA APPLIED Knowledge LEVEL

financial accounting (fa)

Take the first step in your journey towards ACCA membership The Applied Knowledge exams are an introduction to the world of finance and accounting, providing you with an understanding of essential accounting techniques. There are three Applied Knowledge exams.

Business Technology (BT)

Management Accounting (MA) 

Financial Accounting (FA)

The applied knowledge along with Skills level subject Corporate & Business Law (CBL) are on-demand exams and can be sat at any time of the year. Applied skills level subjects can be taken in any order.

You may qualify for exemptions which let you start your studies at a level that is consistent with the knowledge and skills gained from prior learning. They provide you with the quickest route to ACCA membership.

Click below to establish any exemptions you may be awarded along with further important dates and information.


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practical experience record (PER)

Don't Forget! As part of your journey to become an ACCA member, you must demonstrate relevant skills and experience within a real work environment. This is what ACCA's Practical Experience Requirement (PER) is all about. 

To complete ACCA and gain membership you will need to achieve 36 months of supervised experience. This should be in a relevant accounting or finance role. 

DOWNLOAD THE PER GUIDe FIND OUT MORE ABOUT PER here


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Contact ACCA by phone, email or web-chat and a dedicated member of the Connect team will be on hand to answer your queries at any time of the year. 

ACCA Connect, 110 Queen Street, Glasgow G1 3BX, United Kingdom T: +44 (0)141 582 2000 E: [email protected]





fa SYLLABUS 

The aim of ACCA Financial Accounting FA (F3) is to develop knowledge and understanding of the underlying principles and concepts relating to financial accounting and technical proficiency in the use of double-entry accounting techniques including the preparation of basic financial statements.


syllabus areas

A) The context and purpose of financial reporting B) The qualitative characteristics of financial information C) The use of double-entry and accounting systems D) Recording transactions and events E) Preparing a trial balance F) Preparing basic financial statements G) Preparing simple consolidated financial statements H) Interpretation of financial statements



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Step right in and start your ACCA & RCA journey. RCA run all courses twice yearly to help keep you moving through the ACCA qualification with classes running during the spring and autumn terms for FA

"IT'S YOUR TIME TO SHINE"

INCLUDED IN YOUR Fa COURSE



Join face to face classes in the prestigious Riddel Hall or login via the live stream, the choice is yours.

27 hours of classroom lectures.

Exam question practice throughout.

Online account to recap and reinforce classroom learning (or missed a class! catch up right here)

All course materials included (RCA Course Notes & Kaplan Study Text & Exam Kit)

Tutor support 24/7 via Email, What'sApp or Phone.

Regular email updates with assignments and tasks before each class.

Flexible payments available. 

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