CIMA Sri Lanka announces increased pass rates
CIMA Sri Lanka has announced significant increases in their pass
rates for the May 2007 exam.
The Sri Lankan results are very encouraging with the Managerial Level
pass rates either increasing or holding steady on all papers.
The Strategic Level saw increases in P3 and P3 with a 14 per cent
increase for TOPCIMA.
The May 2007 exam results mark the fifth diet of exams for CIMA's
current syllabus, and brought some welcome increases in pass rates, at
both the Managerial and Strategic levels and with the Test of
Professional Competence in Management Accounting, TOPCIMA.
Further strengthening Sri Lanka's results is a win for a Sri Lankan
student in the CIMA world prize. Surath Chandrasena has taken the CIMA
world prize at Managerial level in the Financial Accounting and Tax
Principles paper for the May 2007 exams.
CIMA has mirrored the Sri Lankan achievements worldwide with pass
rates in five of the ten professional papers increasing in performance
on November 2006, namely in papers P1, P4, P5 at Managerial level, P6 at
Strategic level and for TOPCIMA.
The pass rates for four of the papers remained broadly consistent,
with the performance in Paper P7 at Managerial level dipping slightly
when compared with November 2006.
In addition, CIMA is pleased to have led the way with the release of
the examination results for Strategic level and TOPCIMA results
occurring one week earlier than planned, which represents a significant
improvement in CIMA's service to its stakeholders.
CIMA has an on-line dedicated area for student support, full of tips
and advice for exam success in the official student section of the
The site consists of student guides and post-exam guides which focus
on performance in all past papers.
These are invaluable tools for exam success, and CIMA highly
recommends that this area of the website is accessed regularly.