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Acca/aca Prerequisite To Cfa?

Hi everyone.

someone told me u can't write/cope with cfa if u are not a chartered accountant.

However, I noticed the CFA curiculum was not strictly accounting but contained more on financial instruments and markets etc.

i wanted to find out how true this is.

Is it possible for a science graduate who works in a bank to take CFA without writing ican or acca.

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CFA no be joke. Be prepared to study die.

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check out the website please.

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@poster

na lie den lie for u

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With regards to writting, anyone can write the CFA exam as long as u are a graduate or an undergraduate so long as u satisfy certain requirement ( check out their Website for the requirements)

While it may be easier for a chartered accountant to read and pass the Financial Statement Analyisis and maybe corporate finance aspect of the Exam, he will be on a level playing ground with everyone else in the other parts.

The experience of some chartered accountants that i know who have attempted the CFA exam, reveals that those that Have ACA ( ICAN ) sometimes have some difficulty in some LOS's because of the different treatments accorded to certain transactions under Financial Statement Analysis.

What i will tell you is that the CFA exam is a serious Exam and anyone who tells u it is easy to pass will be deceiving you. If you are interested in acquiring the charter, just visit their Website www.cfainstitute.org and be prepared for at least One and half Years of serious study ( cause thats the least it takes to pass all three Exams ) .

Wish u all the best.

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who told u dat, its a lie, go to the cfa website to find out

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