Medals and Prizes for Outstanding Performance

11 Mar 2021

After each exam session we award various medals and prizes to commend candidates who have achieved outstanding performance.

Institute MedalAwarded to the candidate with the best overall performance in the Awareness paper and two Advanced Technical papers. These papers must have been sat at the same time to be eligible for this award. 
John Beattie MedalAwarded to the candidate with the highest market in the Human Capital Taxes Advanced Technical paper. 
Ian Walker MedalAwarded to the candidate with the highest mark in the Awareness paper.
Victor Durkacz MedalAwarded to the candidate with the highest mark in the Domestic Indirect Taxation Advanced Technical paper. 
Ronald Ison MedalAwarded to the candidate with the highest mark in the Taxation of Individuals Advanced Technical paper 
Wreford Voge MedalAwarded to the candidate with the highest mark in the Cross-Border Indirect Taxation Advanced Technical paper
Gilbert Burr MedalAwarded to the candidate with the highest mark in the Taxation of Owner-Managed Businesses Advanced Technical paper. 
Spofforth MedalAwarded to the candidate with the highest mark in the Inheritance Tax, Trusts & Estates Advanced Technical paper. 
John Tiley MedalAwarded to the candidate with the highest mark in the Taxation of Major Corporates Advanced Technical paper 
Avery Jones MedalAwarded to the candidate with the best performance in the Application and Professional Skills paper.
Chris Jones MedalAwarded to the candidate with the highest total marks in two Advanced Technical papers (taken at the same sitting). The prize is a free choice from the Lexis Nexis range of publications/services up to an agreed figure. 
Croner-i Prize Awarded to the candidate with the highest distinction mark. The prize is a free choice from their range of publications/services up to an agreed figure.