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Students excel in accounting exams


Honours students from the Centre for Accounting at the University of the Free State (UFS) performed well in part one of the Qualifying Exam (QE1) of the South African Institute for Chartered Accountants (SAICA). The pass mark of UFS students who wrote for the first time was 93%. This is the highest pass mark in the 25-year history of the centre, with 41 out of 44 students passing. The total national average was 54% for all students who wrote and 75% for those who wrote for the first time. Two students, Ms Celesté Henning and Ms Liandi du Preez, passed with distinction and are under the top 40 students in South African. Here are, from the left: Ms du Preez, Prof. Hentie van Wyk, Programme Director: Accountant Training at the UFS, and Ms Henning.
Photo: Stephen Collett

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