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    Hi I’m currently studying law with business atuniversity but want really to become an Assistant Management accountant. I was thinking of doing the ACCA aftergraduating but not sure how long it will take. Also would it be better to dothe AAT level 4 first if I already did accounting at a level and I am reallygood with maths? Or is there a better route?
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    Do the ACCA with an accounting firm. An AAT would be going backwards.
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    (Original post by life.of.pablo)
    Do the ACCA with an accounting firm. An AAT would be going backwards.
    Thank you , should I do the postgraddiploma to get f1 to f9 exceptions?or would an accounting firm accept my law degree 2.1
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    (Original post by TA1001)
    Thank you , should I do the postgraddiploma to get f1 to f9 exceptions?or would an accounting firm accept my law degree 2.1
    I believe they accept degrees from any discipline, just check the entry requirements of firms such as PwC and EY.
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    If you don't know how long a accountancy professional qualification takes or the irrelevance of math to the field, I suggest you do some more research before deciding on your career.

    It's a big decision, don't make it based on assumptions!
 
 
 
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