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970 candidates pass Institute's exams

Congratulations to all the successful candidates in the CIOT’s May exams, the results of which were announced yesterday.

The lists of successful candidates can be found here.

The Institute’s President, Anthony Thomas, has offered his congratulations too, saying:

“I would like to offer my congratulations to all 970 of the candidates who have made progress towards becoming a chartered tax adviser as a result of the May 2011 examination. 265 candidates have now successfully completed all of the CTA examination and we very much look forward to them becoming members of the institute. The modular examination structure has again proved extremely attractive.

“Our examinations allow candidates a choice of which advisory papers to take and it is very important that they do choose the papers which are most relevant to them.”

Particular congratulations go to those who have won medals and other prizes for their outstanding performances in the exams:

Graham Charles Stuart Thompson (Baker Tilly, Crawley)
The Institute Medal (best overall performance attempting the awareness paper and two advisory papers (all at the same sitting))
The John Wood Medal (highest mark in the advisory paper on advanced corporation tax)
The Ian Walker Medal (highest mark in the awareness paper)
The LexisNexis Prize (highest total marks in two advisory papers (taken at the same sitting))

Louise Adelle Smith (HW, Farnborough)
The Gilbert Burr Medal (highest mark in the advisory paper on the taxation of owner-managed businesses)
The Ronald Ison Medal (highest mark in the advisory paper on the taxation of individuals)
The CCH Prize (second highest total marks in two advisory papers (taken at the same sitting))

David William Jones (Whittingham Riddell LLP)
The Spofforth Medal (highest mark in the advisory paper on inheritance tax, trusts and estates)

Lorraine Young (Menzies LLP, Egham).
The Victor Durkacz Medal (highest mark in the advisory paper on UK domestic transactions (including stamp duty land tax))

Charlotte Kate McMillan (Deloitte LLP, Crawley)
The Wreford Voge Medal (highest mark in the advisory paper on VAT on cross-border transactions and other indirect taxes)

Victoria Catherine Watts of Billingshurst (BDO LLP, Gatwick)
The Avery Jones Medal (highest mark in the application and interaction paper)

The Institute’s sister body, the Association of Taxation Technicians, has also published its exam results, with 250 candidates completing the examination requirements for membership. You can view those results here.

There is also a special supplement of Taxation magazine featuring the exam results, which can be downloaded here.

George Crozier
CIOT External Relations Manager
Wednesday 20 July 2011

 

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