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    Hi guys, next week I will be starting a 4 year ACA training contract.

    For those of you who are already training towards the ACA, what advice can you give me in advance?
    I'd appreciate some advice on how to settle into the workplace etc and any tips for studying the ACA, or anything else you can add that I should know before I start. Thanks!
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    (Original post by Sadanon12)
    Hi guys, next week I will be starting a 4 year ACA training contract.

    For those of you who are already training towards the ACA, what advice can you give me in advance?
    I'd appreciate some advice on how to settle into the workplace etc and any tips for studying the ACA, or anything else you can add that I should know before I start. Thanks!
    Question practice is key at certificate level but make sure you understand where you went wrong. The material isn't difficult but the volume is very high so when you have an exam coming up make sure your manager lets you go at your contracted finish time every day so you can study.
 
 
 
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