An accounting student from Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) achieved the highest marks in Malaysia and the world in the July-December 2019 Professional Accounting Program examination.
Hakeem Mohammad Akmal, 18, received a 100% mark for the ‘Recording Financial Transactions’ (FA1) paper, thus qualifying him to be awarded the highest title in Malaysia and in the world by The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), based in United Kingdom.
In a statement today reported by Berita Harian, UiTM said Hakeem has been pursuing a Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) accounting professional program at UiTM Shah Alam since July 2019. He had previously completed SPM with 9As.
Hakeem said that he was grateful to be around friends and lecturers who were very helpful even though he asked a lot of questions in class. He elaborated,
“The lecturers who taught me were very helpful during and after class. I believe the interaction between students and lecturers are very important as it will make the learning process more effective.“
A BIG congratulations to Hakeem Mohammad Akmal! Good job and continue making UiTM proud and visible in the world map of ACCA 🎊🎉👏🏻 pic.twitter.com/2Wf7bfyx0z
— DPAS @ FACT UiTM (@14DPAS) September 12, 2019
Congratulations to Hakeem from us at WORLD OF BUZZ and hopefully you will continue to raise the standard in the future and be able to follow your dreams in becoming a successful accountant.
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