ACA Certificate Level and ICAEW CFAB Modules
If you are due to receive your ACA Certificate Level / ICAEW CFAB exam results on the same day as the ACA Professional or Advanced Level results are released, you will receive your results at a slightly later time of approximately 12:00 (UK-time). You will continue to access your exam results via the Examinations tab of your online training file at www.icaew.com/trainingfile. View all Professional and Advanced Level exam results dates within the ACA planner or the exam section of the ICAEW website.
If you have applied for credit for prior learning (CPL), please check your training file via the ICAEW website and review the status of your CPL application:
- If you have been awarded CPL you should not sit the exam.
- If you proceed with the exam having been awarded CPL and subsequently fail the exam, the CPL credit will be removed, as you will no longer be eligible, and a refund cannot be provided.
- If you have been awarded CPL you may cancel your exam and, if you provide at least 24 hours’ notice, you will receive a refund for the exam fee.
Level 4 and Level 7 apprenticeship students
If you are a Level 4 or Level 7 apprenticeship student, you must not be asked to contribute towards the cost of your apprenticeship. Therefore, if you are paying for your exam entry fee, you must ensure that you have the ability to reclaim this cost via your organisation’s expenses process/system.
If you have any further queries about the ACA or ICAEW CFAB qualifications, the computer-based exams, structure of exams or the syllabus please contact ICAEW at +44 (0)1908 248 250, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the ACA or ICAEW CFAB student areas of the ICAEW website.
Important information about your exam appointment
Please note, the details on this page mostly relate to exams taken at test centres. You have the option to sit your exam at a test centre or via remote invigilation (OnVUE). The 2 methods of delivery are comparable (in that the exam itself is exactly the same) but some of the policies and processes are not identical. Please see further information on remote invigilation at www.pearsonvue.com/icaew/onvue and be sure you fully understand what to expect before you schedule your appointment. If your Tuition Provider manages your exam bookings, please contact them directly. If you are in a training agreement, please check with your employer first.
Your exam will take place at a computer provided by the test centre. You should arrive at the test centre at least 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment time to complete the necessary centre sign-in procedures. If you arrive more than 15 minutes later than your scheduled start time, you may not be permitted to take the exam and you will have to schedule (and pay for) a new appointment.
Please read the information in these drop-down sections so that you are familiar with all of the requirements for sitting an exam: