Larry Learner chats about how many ICB subjects you can do in a year – June 2017

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Larry Learner

Hi Larry,

I have registered with the ICB and am studying Financial Accounting correspondently. I just wanted to ask if it is possible to do more than 4 modules in a year?

I was looking at my prospectus and it shows that I should study NQF Level 3 in a period of a year but I want to do NQF Level 3 and 4 in one year. I understand that I must have completed all the modules on NQF Level 3 before I can start with those on NQF Level 4 but I want to know if I can study and book for 2 modules at a time which would enable me to complete NQF Level 3 and 4 in a period of one year.

-Olwin

 

Hi Olwin,

You can definitely do more than 4 subjects a year. You can do as many exams as possible as long as the exam dates do not clash. You cannot write more than 1 exam a day as we only have 1 exam slot at 9am. So, have a look at Timetable B to see which exams you can book for as stated on the time table.

Here is a printable version of Timetable B: http://bit.ly/ICBTTBprintable. Make sure your printer settings are landscape, not portrait, for it to print properly. You can use this to schedule your exams.

Good luck!

Don’t forget that I’m here to answer your questions about the ICB, the courses on offer, or just queries about your accounting studies. All you have to do is email me!