Sunday, 3 July 2016

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A student COUNTY beat other people in the world to come for the first time in the last Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) exams case studies.

Allegra Fowler Wright, currently the Graduate financing plan for Mondello? Z International, the world's top operative in the study of cases CIMA exam wine.

At 23 years old, he studied at the exam with BPP and scored 130 of 150, beating over 1,100 other students in the exam in the world.

Miss Fowler Wright, who now lives in Edgbaston, grew up in Hereford and attended St Marys High School and Hereford Sixth Form College before obtaining a first class degree teachers of mathematics at the University of Warwick.

 To become counter global management, students must complete 12 professional qualification exams that require personal study and dedication.

It is complemented by a three-year experiment that can be acquired while studying.

She said: "It was fantastic and I was told that I was in the top ten in the world in this test was made all the hard work and study worth ..

"The test was very hard, but had a great support for both GPP and my employer.

"I'm making progress on the road to be complete and reviews so far I have not given not only basic knowledge of management accounting, but helped me to also understand the broader business of my work context."