Mukund Agrawal

Mukund-AgrawalMukund Agrawal
ACCA student

Mukund is originally from India, but works in the United Arab Emirates for Ardent Advisory and Accounting. However, he is currently on secondment with the UAE Space Agency. He studies part-time and fits his studies around his work. Mukund tends to switch between studying with a tuition provider or going it alone and self-studying. He makes his decisions depending on the paper he is studying for.

10 responses to Mukund Agrawal

  1. 

    Hi!
    I’m planning to pursue ACCA but I am in two minds! I am looking into CPA As well!
    I would really like to know how ACCA works!

    Thanks!

    • 

      Hey there ! The basic structure of ACCA is that it has 14 papers, and you can clear them as you go in 4 sessions a year. 4 sessions were recently introduced which would give more flexibility and less stress to students. The first 9 papers are called Fundamentals and the next 5 are called Professionals. Once you pass the F Level, you are eligible to apply for the B.Sc in Accounting Degree from Oxford Brookes University. So a double benefit for you in the long run. There is a lot more information and I could gladly help you out with that. But It would be nice if you could read this link, as I feel it may answer your questions more precisely.

      http://www.accaglobal.com/gb/en/student/acca-qual-student-journey.html .

      Good Luck !

  2. 

    Hi!
    I am planning to pursue ACCA but I’m in two minds! I’m looking into CPA as well!
    I would really like to know how ACCA works!
    Thanks!

  3. 

    yes i am one with exam failure failing in june 2014 and december 2014 F5 & F7 (an improvement from june) this june i am taking 1 exam i will be also working as well it is kind of demotivating doing it again.

    • 

      Hey Thana ! It’s inspirational for me to see that you are not giving up on your ACCA exams. Perseverance is an excellent quality to have. One piece of advice I’ll give you is to try and manage your time properly. We all have more time on our hands then we know. We just need to find it and utilize it effectively in preparing for our exams. Good Luck for your exam in June. God Willing, you shall do well ! Cheers !

  4. 

    how is this statement what can i add /remove “IF OTHERS CAN PASS SO CAN I ,YES I CAN DO IT , I WILL DO IT, I CAN ACHIEVE ALOT, SKY ISN’T THE LIMIT, I AM CAPABLE OF PASSING ANY EXAM/TEST NO MATTER HOW HARD, NEVER GIVE UP. KEEP ON TRYING “ALSO PRAY ABOVE ALL”

    • 

      That is an excellent motivational anecdote to have ! Chant it like a mantra but follow it as well ! Just change one sentence slightly – I am capable of passing any exam/test no matter how hard if I put my 110% efforts into it.Hope this helps !

  5. 

    Hi Mr.Mukund Agrawal

    I am currently takinh P2 Acca. Truthlly speaking, i had been taking this papers few times n yet still fail. Even till now i still trying it n find that i don’t really know how to answer that question. Beginning to question myself am i not suitable in this field? Is that means my career will not get high paid enough.

    I working as auditor in a small audit firm in Singapore. And i start to think that does this mean i going to get low paid in my career and work till late night ?
    Feel of disappiontment on myself and hope you feel free to email me personally.
    Thanks

  6. 

    Hi Mr.Mukund Agrawal

    I am currently takinh P2 Acca. Truthlly speaking, i had been taking this papers few times n yet still fail. Even till now i still trying it n find that i don’t really know how to answer that question. Beginning to question myself am i not suitable in this field? Is that means my career will not get high paid enough.

    I working as auditor in a small audit firm in Singapore. And i start to think that does this mean i going to get low paid in my career and work till late night ?
    Feel of disappiontment on myself and hope you feel free to email me personally. Hope could heard from you

    Thanks

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