Success in CIOT and ATT November 2022 exam results
CIOT and ATT celebrate the successes in their November 2022 exams.
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On 25 January 2023, the Chartered Institute of Taxation and the Association of Taxation Technicians announced the results from their examinations taken at the November 2022 exam session.
982 CTA candidates sat exams, with a further 371 candidates who sat one or more papers on the ACA CTA Joint Programme (with ICAEW) and 32 candidates who sat a paper on the CA CTA Joint Programme (with ICAS).
668 ATT candidates sat exams in November 2022 and 945 ATT CTA Tax Pathway candidates sat a combination of ATT and CTA papers.
CIOT President Susan Ball
The Institute President, Susan Ball, commenting on the results said: ‘I would like to offer my heartfelt congratulations to all the candidates who have made progress towards becoming a Chartered Tax Adviser as a result of passing one or more papers at the November 2022 examination session.
‘They should be really proud of their hard work, dedication and effort. It has paid off.
‘287 candidates have now successfully completed all of the CTA examinations and we very much look forward to welcoming them as members of the Institute in the near future. Included in this figure are 66 candidates who were on the ACA CTA Joint Programme, 13 candidates who were on the CA CTA Joint Programme and 64 candidates who have now fully completed the ATT CTA Tax Pathway by passing the CTA element.
‘We are very pleased that we have been able to resume holding our Admission Ceremonies in person and we look forward to welcoming those new members into the Institute in March 2023 when the next Admission Ceremony will take place.’
ATT President David Bradshaw
The Association President, David Bradshaw, commenting upon the results said:
‘I am delighted to congratulate all the successful candidates from the November sitting of our exams.
‘In total, 668 ATT candidates and a proportion of 945 ATT CTA Tax Pathway candidates sat 1,464 papers and 1,023 passes were achieved with 78 distinctions awarded for outstanding performance.
‘Candidates are applauded for putting in the hours of study necessary to achieve success. Within the five-year registration period the ATT’s modular system means that candidates can study at their own pace, whether they are working towards full membership or simply wishing to obtain one or more Certificates of Competency in their specialist area.
‘I look forward to meeting as many new members as possible at our next Admission Ceremony.’
Information regarding these results, including pass lists, can be found on the CIOT and ATT websites and on the Tax Adviser website.