ACCA P7 Advanced Audit and Assurance

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Paper P7 (INT) Changes for the December 2014 exams

Nature of the ACCA P7 paper

ACCA P7 Paper – Advanced Audit and Assurance – a step up from F8 Audit and Assurance is to analyse, evaluate and conclude on assurance engagements. Where F8 looks at audit procedures and a student is typically in the role of an audit junior or semi-senior, at this advanced level the student is assistant-in-charge, manager or partner.
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ACCA Exam Tips for Paper P7 December 2014 examinations

4 SA technical articles

  • Internal auditors
  • Ethics
  • Forensic accounting
  • Accounting issues

Also:

  • Integrated reporting (new to syllabus)
  • IAS 41 Agriculture (new to syllabus)

Remember to take your calculator to the exam and pay great attention to any dates mentioned within the question. Materiality frequently is an issue within the questions

You really should refresh your memory about accounting standards from P2 course notes or, if you cannot face P2 course notes, then at least look through F7
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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.