AQA – 6 Distinctions, 1 Merit, 1 Pass, 2 Fails. Rebecca Ruck came top with 94.9%.
CBRE in Glasgow – Top Marks, 95.9%, achieved by Gillian Gallacher. 6 Distinctions, 2 Merits, 2 Passes.
Mishcon de Reya – Certificates of Distinction for Ian Rafter, Danielle Swinden and Janet Amsden. Subjects were tailored to their specific needs and included; Understanding Credit Management, The Client Manager, Influencing and Communication Skills, Understanding Costs and Budgets, Understanding Financial Statements, Managing Client Risk and In-depth Accounts Analysis.
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