An 18-year-old Pakistani young lady, Aqsa Majeed Memon, qualified for the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants test and turned into the world’s most youthful qualified Chartered Certified Accountant.
Aqsa Majeed Memon, a girl of the retailer, Abdul Majeed, has a place with Sakrand city of Shaheed Benazirabad area, in the Sindh region of Pakistan. She was brought into the world in 1999 and accepted her initial schooling in Sakrand. Memon selected herself in September 2014 for the FIA course and finished it in August 2015. She later began ACCA and finished all tests by July 2017. At that time, she was just 18 years and four months old.
ACCA competitors by and large beginning their capability venture at 18 years old.
The assessments are parted into three levels specifically – The information module, abilities module, and the expert module adding up to 14 papers. These papers have endeavored over a range of three years.
Memon is the primary Pakistani young lady to accomplish this at this youthful age. In 2015 UAE based Indian understudy, Ramkumar Raman finished his ACCA tests at 18 years old years and eight months.