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14 February 2001
Issue: 3794 / Categories: News , IR35
Examination success

The Chartered Institute of Taxation has announced the results of its November 2000 examinations. 323 candidates passed out of a total of 634 students with 69 being deferred. The pass rate was 51 per cent.
Three candidates were awarded distinctions signifying that they had achieved excellence in every paper. The Institute Medal for the best overall performance was awarded to Margaret Winkworth of Salford who is employed by Arthur Andersen Manchester.
The Association of Taxation Technicians also announced the results of its November 2000 examinations. Out of a total 790 candidates sitting the examination 430 passed representing 54 per cent. The Association Medal for best overall performance was awarded to Neil Barron of Arthur Andersen London and 17 candidates were marked as distinctions.

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