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    So, I have a 2.2 in Mathematics and 240 UCAS points. Obviously, these results aren't good enough to pique the interest of any ACA training contract providers.
    I was wondering, is it worth studying in my own time for the CFAB, ATT or ACCA qualifications (and if so, which is best for someone with the results stated above)? Obviously it would boost my application, but I don't want to invest all that time and money into obtaining extra qualifications if it's not going to realistically lead to gainful employment.

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