Please click to download the June 2015 exam papers, suggested solutions and example candidate scripts below.
The candidate script examples below are intended to provide an idea of the standard and length of answers required to achieve a pass, and have been chosen from candidates who have achieved a reasonable standard in the examinations. The intention is to demonstrate what is expected of a well-prepared student, and the scripts do not necessarily represent comprehensive answers to the questions. When reviewing the scripts, please bear in mind that marks are not shown and the answers cannot be relied on for their technical content.
All questions and suggested solutions reflect those tax laws which were in place at the time the exams took place.
Under the new ADIT qualification structure, a new suite of exam paper formats has been introduced for all ADIT Paper 2 and Paper 3 option papers from the June 2016 exam session. To view the new format for each option paper, please click here.
The exam paper format for Paper 1 - Principles of International Taxation is unchanged.