Can you sit 2 ACCA exams at once?

Basit iqbal Basit iqbal 28 December 2022 Follow

The "seven-year rule" refers to the period of time that you are allowed to use your SP-certified professional designation. For example, if you earn your first Strategic Professional pass in 2017 and you fail to achieve affiliate status within seven years of passing your first exam, you cannot use your certification until December 2023. This means that your certification is revoked.

The "seven-year rule" doesn't apply to any new exam you take after passing your first exam. Instead, you're eligible to continue using your certifications indefinitely as long as you pass a minimum of one additional exam each year.

That's all you need to know about the "seven-year rule". Once you reach the ACCA Exam Centre seven-year mark, you'll lose any Strategic Professional designations earned after the seven-year mark. There are two kinds of Strategic Professional designations. The first is the Strategic Professional certification and the second is the Strategic Professional associate designation.

Both are designed to certify professional expertise in certain areas of business. Each certification requires passing a separate exam. The Strategic Professional associate designation is different from the Strategic Professional certification in that only people who hold the Strategic Professional certification are able to use the Strategic Professional associate designation. The Strategic Professional associate designation was introduced in 2018.

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