Exam Centers and Booking of Exams

How to Register

Since January 2017, ACI is rolling out its own test centres to improve the service we provide to your exam candidates and members. As a result it may be the case that it is not possible to book an exam in your country.  Please use the form below to register or to indicate where you would like to sit an exam. 

As soon as you submit the registration form, our education team will contact you and guide you through the booking process.

Only candidates who have passed either the ACI Dealing Certificate or the ACI Operations Certificate are eligible to register for the ACI Diploma.

 

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The Exam

Candidates are allowed to take a non-programmable calculator into the exam as long as it is not text capable or displays graphics greater than 2 lines. 

Candidates may ask the Test Center for a printed ACI Formula Sheet. Erasable boards are also available on request.

Certificates

Successful candidates will receive an email with confirmation of their result immediately after the exam. A formal Certificate will be dispatched to them later, either directly by ACI or via their national association. In case candidates have not received their Certificate they need to inform the ACI Head Office within six months after sitting the exam. If the Certificate is requested after six months the candidates will be charged 50 €.

Appeal

The candidate has the right to appeal the result of his or her failed exam to ACI’s Board of Education within four weeks after sitting the exam.

Appeals may be made by candidates who experience unexpected physical, organisational or technical difficulties at the test centre, or who believe that reasonable doubts exist about an exam question. In the latter case, the candidate must offer a detailed submission about the specific question and topic basket.

The request for an appeal is to be submitted on ACI’s website exclusively by the candidate who failed the exam, and will only be accepted if the candidate makes a detailed statement with supporting reasons for his or her appeal.
Once a decision on his or her appeal is made the candidate cannot submit an appeal for the same examination again.