Getting the CA title at the front, or is it at the back of my name, is my current goal. But, originally, getting involve with the courses that's related to accounting, financing, tax and so on; was never my dream. The moment the clock ticks signalling the end of the time for my accounting subject during SPM, I told my friends, this subject ain't my thing. I wanted to be a lawyer but I figured I can't just talk without knowing any facts. (At the same time, I'm always scared of representing a bad person and making the other innocent party go to jail haha)
Then, life happens. I took CAT, graduated from it and I'm currently studying ACCA. The first semester (July - Dec 2015) was hell, honestly. I got way too proud of myself and neglected my main responsibility. I ended up failing both the subjects and man, it felt like I drowned into the ocean and no one was there to save me. In some ways, what I felt did make sense because firstly, I can't swim. Yes, you read that right. And secondly, of course no one was there to save me, it's pretty obvious only I can help myself by making some changes.
From the title above, I'm going to talk about ACCA; the course I'm currently taking. Oh, and the picture on the left side, is me graduating from CAT (Certified Accounting Technician) last year. I was 19 years young.
So, what is ACCA? How do we take ACCA? Why do people with a degree in Accounting and the related field, pursue in ACCA when they've already graduated with a degree?
Trying to survive. From Malaysia. 21. ACCA. Feel free to comment for any inquiries!