Graduated in July 2014 with a 2:1 but poor A-levels (BBD). I can't get into most graduate ACA trainee schemes with the grades I have.
Therefore is there another way to get my foot in the door to get an ACA training contract? Any advise is appreciated really, as I'm a tad lost on what to do and haven't found the answers on my search.
Also a few more questions:
Do I state my A-levels on my CV if the firm doesn't specify?
CFAB or ACCA? Also in regards to CFAB, can I do CFAB without work experience, or is work experience mandatory?
Would you pay less for a humanities degree?