As ICAN fixes September for its next exams, 321Study invites students to free webinars Dumebi Tokpe
As the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) fixes date for the September 2020 diet of its exams, Nigeria’s first and leading online education centre, 321Study, rolls out preparatory webinars to inundate students with what to expect in the first ICAN exam since the Coronavirus pandemic.
Last week, the professional accounting body, in an official communication to all of its stakeholders, said its next exams would hold between Tuesday, September 15 and Thursday, September 17, 2020. An earlier diet slated for March 2020 could not hold due to the Coronavirus-induced nationwide lockdown. To get students ready for the exams, 321Study has set up multiple online seminars to prepare candidates ahead of what to expect in the exams. The webinars, which will run for eleven days, will start on Thursday, August 20 and end on Sunday, August 30, 2020. All ICAN students have been invited to join for free with the link www.321study.com/event.
Speaking about the webinars, 321Study’s head of operations, Nnaemeka Odunukwe, said the organisation was totally committed to helping its students safely prepare for – and pass – their professional exams in this time of manifest global uncertainty. “The whole world is struggling to deal with a new normal right now. Having to lead our normal lives in a time of a dangerous pandemic is something we are all adjusting to.” Odunukwe said.
Further, he said his organisation “recognizes this challenge”, and therefore thought to make it easier and totally safe for all ICAN students to prepare for this career defining and enhancing exam from the comfort of their homes. “The coming webinars will give everyone writing the September diet the opportunity to discuss with our A-list tutors what to expect in the exams. For every course to be written in this diet, 321Study has a date and time scheduled for online interactions between our tutors and all ICAN candidates nationwide.”
Mr. Odunukwe added that 321Study tutors were easily the best in the industry nationwide. According to him, existing 321Study students will be able to ask questions during the live sessions while non-existing students will still participate, but will not be able to chat on the platform. He therefore urged every student not yet signed up with 321Study to quickly do so by – or before – Thursday (that is tomorrow).
321Study is an online learning centre that prepares candidates intensively for professional exams like ICAN, ATS, CIBN and others. The platform comes with convenience, as students are given the opportunity to choose where and when to study using their mobile phones, tablets or computers. The online classes ensure that students stay safe, even as they are given the opportunity to spend more time with their families and loved ones, instead of being in study centres all day. Also, students can move at their pace as they study, but with a push from 321studysupport team.
For quality, the lectures are handled by the same A-list facilitators found in leading physical tutorial centres in Lagos and Abuja. The quality of delivery is higher than what is received in the most rated physical lecture locations because 321Study management ensures facilitators engage in deeper and wider research before taking on any course topic.
As the world grapples with the impact of Covid-19 and schools in Europe and America switch to online learning, 321Study steps in with same quality of online teaching and learning for West African students seeking to write and pass professional exams.
The venue for the 321Study webinars, once again, is www.321study.com/event.