The determination of the class of the degree for the BSc (Hons) degree in Applied Accounting is based on:
- The ACCA average grade drawn from the exam marks of the Fundamentals Skills papers (F4 to F9), and
- The grade attained for the Research and Analysis Project.
The ACCA average grade will be drawn from the numerical average of the grades achieved in the successfully passed Fundamentals Skills papers (F4 to F9). If the calculated number is not a whole number, then the average will be round up in an appropriate way. If an exemption was granted to you from any of these papers and no grade is available, then it will not be included in calculating the ACCA average grade.
The class of the degree for each ACCA average grade and RAP grade is shown below: