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|About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by le govo(m): 8:36am On Apr 09, 2006|
Nairalanders, do you know something, anything or everything about ICAN? Its exams, fee, materials, requirements, past questions, duration, advice, experience, its relationship with ATS? Please, share it right here! Thank to you all.
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by Anabib(f): 4:03pm On Apr 12, 2006|
hi Le govo,
i will try and be brief here,
first ATS is for people that are not yet graduates. its has 3 stages 1, 11 and 111, the exam is usually written in MAR and SEPT each year
while ICAN is for graduates, its a professional exam and it also has 3 stages and written in MAY AND NOV each year
the relationship to ATS is that once you pass the ATS you can then be qualified to write the ICAN (remember its for non graduates)
the fees are based on the level you are writing - and its always advertised in the Newspaper, towards the exam period.
the materials are available from the various tutor houses and ICAN office (ie past questions and pilot
the duration is as a result of your successes. However it takes approx. a yr and six months to qualify (if you pass each stage\diet---) TRUST ''Nigerian factor''
that is if the system will ''let its people go''
However dont be discouraged, they have changed the syllabus and has a credit system now which allows you to get a credit of what you have passed and re- write the failed one. so you have a better chnace now unlike before (cos they have lost many students to ACCA- london, thats why the hurried change of the old system)
my advice is that u go for it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Though just be ready to study very hard. the end justifies the means.
for further enquirie go to
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by dominobaby(f): 10:59pm On Apr 19, 2006|
Anabib's given a low down but then u dont av to be a graduate before proceeding for the ICAN exams. My sister's not been to the university. She started wit ATS n is now in the first stage of ICAN, about to write her exams in May. She even got a job in a bank with her ATS cert. With ATS, u can also get a direct entry into 200 level in the university.
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by Naijapikin(m): 6:38pm On Apr 22, 2006|
Please can u recommend good text books and ICAN tailored materials for P.E. III exams. I intend studying on my own(for November Diet) since I'm in a state where there are no ICAN tuition houses. Your recommendation will really be of great help.
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by Anabib(f): 5:28pm On Apr 23, 2006|
Well for PE 3 exams its best you get the following textbooks
Financial mgt-- by Oye or (this guy at pye- cant remember his name)
financial reporting-- by kalu
Auditing--- I used my note, so u can get a photocopy of a most current note from someone and also read in line wt your syllabus. e.g ISAs and SAS
MDSC---- use ICAN past questions and tutor house lecture pack (WYSE in lagos)
Tax-- will get his name later, written by (SAFE) lecturer
Really, the secret is studying past questions and Ican pilot packs
and if u can get a photo copy of an Ican tutor house lecture notes, that would help streamline what you have to read.
Ican syllabus is wide, and they expect you to know all well, so get familiar with the happenings around you, issues etc especially for MDCS as it has no text book.
All the best!!!
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by Naijapikin(m): 6:01pm On Apr 23, 2006|
Anabib thanks alot.
I was in a similar situation last diet-I had reference in M.A. Hope to make it this diet.
I will not have the time, due to work, to go to Lagos(I presume that's where I can get these materials) so can you please give me in detail full names of the authors and editions so that whoever I send will buy the right textbooks.
Thanks once again. I really appreciate your quick response.
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by Anabib(f): 10:46am On Apr 24, 2006|
here is it then,
MA- written by Oye
Tax- by Seyi Ojo
Fin Reporting by Kalu
Also get the past Questions and pilot for all subjects. (and study packs too )
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by Naijapikin(m): 10:57am On Apr 24, 2006|
Anabib thanks once again. I'm really grateful.
I will get there-ACA-this November!! Na God talk am and wen e happen we go celebrate am for here.
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by Anabib(f): 3:38pm On Apr 24, 2006|
WISH U ALL THE BEST!
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by okoegwale: 3:19pm On May 08, 2006|
i read something about a book for Ican written by one Oye.If it is Akinsulire Oye of Safe Ican,Surulere, dont go to him alone if you are a lady.He Molested my best friend.
ok,,,,,,ladies dont go to him alone.He is a female molester!!!!!!!
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by folababa: 3:29pm On May 09, 2006|
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by worldz(m): 5:04pm On May 09, 2006|
I am currently studying for ICAN/ATS and intend schooling in Lagos probably UNILAG to enable me attend lecture centres close to me.
But going by the way things are in UNILAG, they frustrated me last session by setting cut-off marks for JAMB score after post-UME cut-offs which i beat.
I would really appreciate advice from my fellow Nairalanders, whether to go ahead with schooling in Lagos due to studies for ATS or to change Institution to somewhere outside lagos that would only rely on post-UME for admission. But how do i get good lecture centres there! or even know whether they exist?
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by Seun(m): 4:56pm On May 25, 2006|
I guess you'll have to search before making your decision.
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by worldz(m): 5:09pm On May 25, 2006|
But any one in the house belive you can just read on your own for such exams without attending lectures. That is if there are no lecture centres available to you.
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by atitebi(m): 12:44pm On May 29, 2006|
I will like to write the march 2006 diets of the ats and i will like to know which tutorial lesson is okay to go for. I will also like to know the estimate of their fees and if include study kit. Any one to give me list of ican-ats tutorial lessons and their location and email address if any. Thanks.
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by worldz(m): 11:44am On May 30, 2006|
The ones i know of are: PYE close to Yabatech, WYSE, SAFE at Surulere close to Lagos State Polytechic, Gbaja, Surulere.
ATS 1 at SAFE is N13,000 FT, N10,000 PT including Question Packs for all subjects. While you can still get the Insight Past Questions (10 Diets) N1,000 for all subjects.
Hope you find these useful.
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by atitebi(m): 7:29pm On May 30, 2006|
Thanks for the info and it is useful for me. Are u also writing the ATS and which stage are u?
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by nkeirum: 1:14pm On Jun 10, 2006|
if u are a graduate,from an acrredited institution,all u need to take is PEII.buy the registration form for 700.00 ,fill d form and attach a bankdraft of 3000.00.send d filled form back to lagos and wait for ur reply.
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by MOCUMANI: 4:56pm On Sep 26, 2007|
I really have a friend who needs information on where he can get ICAN past questions,is there anywhere these are? and how does he get them, will really appreciate information on this, thanks. take care
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by exployta(m): 1:15pm On Dec 10, 2007|
Am a science major in need of a career change, and intend taking the ICAN exams. I will like to know form what stage am to start from since am a graduate from a science. I will apprecaite it if a reply can be post ASAP
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by marvostica(m): 11:51pm On Dec 13, 2007|
l graduated from the department of business admin and l am very eager to be chartered
l started the ast program while l was still in the university but couldn't write their exams not that it was difficult, but because then, all their exams do clash with my school exams. and now l have graduated and l still intend to become a chartered.
can anybody please tell me where to start cos l have heard that since one is a graduate, there is no need going through the ast of a tin and l dont know if my discipline will give me the direct access to writing the exams or l still have some foundation programe to undertake.
l will really appreciate your contributions towards helping me achieving ,my dream
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by afolabi236(m): 5:09pm On Dec 18, 2007|
l graduated from the department of finance unilorin pls which stage will i start from.
pls help me
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by ralphlord: 11:22am On Mar 06, 2008|
greetings 2 ya all 4rm ralphlord, ats 1 student studying all alone at home, what can u say about dat,
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GREAT SPIRITS HAVE ALWAYS ENCOUNTERD OPPOSITION 4RM MEDIOCRE MINDS
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by marosky(m): 3:49pm On Mar 06, 2008|
okoegwale are u very sure of what u are saying.i read oye akinsulires book 'financial management' when i qualified over 3 years ago.the book was wonderful.i did not go 4 classes.i only combined the book with olowe and omolehinwa.i av been lecturing strategic financial management 4 over 2 years now.with the mans profile,i don't think he can molest.please don't dent his image.
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by as-sobur: 3:47pm On Mar 25, 2008|
good afternoon everyone,please i am a novice when it comes to ican exams.i jst finished my OND program in one of the polytechnics and i studied accountancy.right now i would want to start a professional exam which is ican.so i need a proper explanation on what i need to know about it
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by charleyb: 6:03pm On Mar 30, 2008|
visit www.ican.ng.org[url][/url] am sure u'll c something useful. all the best!
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by alpontif(m): 6:21pm On Jan 07, 2010|
i registered for the ican ats level exams 3 years ago,they sent all the necessary documents ,certificate,e.t.c,except the i.d card.i have made efforts to get it and this is the sole reason why i haven't written the ats exams, please what can i do?.
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by segunpc(m): 12:59pm On Feb 16, 2010|
pls somebody shld advice me on materials that are good for ats11. thanks
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by Ashola96: 3:43pm On Feb 16, 2010|
Hi every1, I need your cum advice. I have ND in bus admin., currently working in one of the respectable audit firm., I'm a guy who loves calculations so well, hence my desire for accounting profession. I was about registering for my HND progrm when a friend told me about ACCA in conjunction with oxford brookes university offer Bsc in applied accounting as well as acca membership.
So my fellow nairalanders, i want you to advice on which to enroll as far as time, money and educational value is concerned.
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by Bukittes(f): 10:10am On Feb 17, 2010|
@alpontif, your not getting your ID card does not stop you from writing the exams now. So you registered since 3years ago and sat down just like that? Ok let me tell you the implications 1. Your subscriptions is accruing. 2. You have 10years to be a registered student member of the institute and you have conveniently wasted three of those. My candid advice? Go and begin writing with immediate effect and automatic alacrity. I don't think you can still register for the March diet, that may be too late already but brace up for September diet. You can make it, just be determined. wishing you well.
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by roarowolo: 6:02pm On Mar 25, 2010|
@alpontif, look forward to you enrolling for September 2010 examination.
|Re: About The ICAN/ATS Examinations by beebaba2: 8:12am On Mar 26, 2010|
Also, for those who might be interested, you can also seize the opportunity to enrol for Professional exams like ICAN/ATS, CITN, NIMN, ACCA, CFA e.t.c which will also affect your academic programmes positively. All you need is just your extra time which other use for useless activities on the campus.
For ICAN/ATS programme, u can enrol with just O ‘Level 5 credits regardless of your academic background (be it science, art or commercial). From my experience, Science students mostly have the best chance. There are several benefits to this ATS programme: D.E admissions ( also for HND in polys),exceptions in ICAN professional exams, quick employment opportunities (even before the end of your BSc), it also put u ahead of your mates in class as so on. The programme has 3 stages and the exam is twice a yr (March & Sept.).
For more information, visit Balanced-Growth Associates Tutors; Iyana Isashi, Ojo(Around LASU) or call 08025112669, 08033612048 or send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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