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ACCA Paper F8 – Key to success
Nature of the ACCA F8 paper
ACCA F8 Paper – Audit and Assurance – is primarily concerned with the purpose, process and outcomes of auditing. There is some follow-on from paper F1, but all matters are covered again in F8.
Structure of the ACCA F8 paper
Part A – 20% (12 multiple choice questions: four questions for 1 mark each, eight for 2 marks each)
Part B – 80% (six compulsory questions: four questions for 10 marks each, two questions for 20 marks each
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Quiz – ACCA F8 Best Answer Test
Often in F8 you know the answers to the questions, but fail to deliver them properly because they do not address the question requirements accurately
The following six questions focus on getting you to identify better approaches.
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Tips for ACCA Paper F8 Exam June 2014
Wages system: Internal control, weaknesses and audit tests
Engagement letter and procedures
Computer assisted audit techniques
Remember, if asked for audit procedures state which assertion the procedure helps with.
Please Note: Tips should not be relied on – they are only intelligent guesses.
Their only purpose is to give you suggestions for topics to concentrate on in your last few days of preparation. Do not exclude other topics from your overall preparation.