ACCA Past Exams: Questions and Answers

Links to ALL ACCA Past Exams

FUNDAMENTALS

(ACCA does not publish past F1, F2 and F3 exams – to practice you need to buy Revision Kit for these exams)

F1 Accountant in Business Pilot Paper  [See also F1 Mock exam]
ACCA F1 – CBE Demonstration

F2 Management Accounting Pilot Paper [See also F2 Mock exam]
ACCA F2 – CBE Demonstration

F3 Financial Accounting Pilot Paper  | [See also F3 Mock exam]
ACCA F3 – CBE Demonstration

F4 Corporate and Business Law (CL)  English ENG | Global (GLO)

F5 Performance Management (PM) [See also  F5 revision lectures solving past ACCA questions ]

F6 Taxation (TX) (These exams are out of date, You need to get Updated Revision kit)

F7 Financial Reporting (FR)International variant | UK Variant  [See also  F7 revision kit live ]

F8 Audit and Assurance (AA)International variant | UK Variant [See also  F8 revision lectures based on past ACCA questions ]

F9 Financial Management (FM) [See also  F9 revision lectures solving past ACCA questions ]

PROFESSIONAL

P1 Professional Accountant (PA)

P2 Corporate Reporting (CR)International variant | UK variant

P3 Business Analysis (BA) [See also  P3 revision lectures solving past ACCA questions ]

P4 Advanced Financial Management (AFM)

P5 Advanced Performance Management (APM)  [See also P5 revision lectures based on ACCA questions]

P6 Advanced Taxation (ATX) UK variant – (These exams are out of date,  you need to get updated Revision kit)

P7 Advanced Audit and Assurance (AAA) International variant | UK variant


See also:

Free ACCA Lectures

Free ACCA Course notes

ACCA Exams Dates

How to pass exams

Exam Technique Articles

The Most Common Mistakes in the Exam Hall



ACCA Student Accountant Essential Guides available now as PDF downloads

ACCA News

FIA and Papers F1–F3 editions

April 2013 issue: part 1 | part 2
October 2012 issue: part 1 | part 2 | April 2012 issue: part 1 | part 2

Papers F4–F9 editions

April 2013 issue: part 1 | part 2
October 2012 issue: part 1 | part 2 | April 2012 issue: part 1 | part 2

Papers P1–P7 editions

April 2013 issue: part 1 | part 2
October 2012 issue: part 1 | part 2 | April 2012 issue: part 1 | part 2

ACCA Student Accountant Magazine

Download PDF version of SA Magazine below:

Student Accountant Magazine 2013 issues:

January 2013 | February 2013 | March 2013 | April 2013 | May 2013

older issues available on ACCA site here >>

Comments

  1. avatar says

    Hi John ,
    I am studying P9 for december 2014 exams and i find your notes very helpful and easy to understand.But my challenge is when you give examples why dont you show workings and the answers to those examples?

    • Avatar of John Moffat says

      I go through the examples in the free lectures on here that go with the Course Notes (because they are lecture notes).

      Also, if you look at the contents page of the Course Notes you will see that the answers to the examples are printed at the back.

    • Avatar of John Moffat says

      If you click on the link on this page which says ‘P1 Professional Accountant (PA)’ then it will take you to the page on the ACCA website where you can download past exam questions and answers.

      (However, there are only a limited number of past exams listed – better would be to buy a Revision/Exam Kit from one of the approved publishers. They have the past exam questions and also many more exam-standard questions to practice on.)

    • Avatar of John Moffat says

      Usually we do bring back the working capital at the end of the project on the assumption that we no longer need to finance extra inventory, receivables etc..

      However in this question it says that at the end of the 4 years, the machine will be replaced. So we will carry on producing and the working capital will still be needed.

      Having said this, the examiner said that you would not lose marks if you assumed that the working capital was recovered at the end of the 4 years (even though the NPV would be different).

    • Avatar of John Moffat says

      Assuming that you have studied our notes and watched all our lectures, then you need to practice and practice.

      You must have Revision / Exam Kits from one of the approved publishers and you must keep practicing questions. That is they only way to pass.

  2. avatar says

    wonderful good people! l really felt the zeal of starting studying because all I need to pass is available. Thank you so much for spending your precious time compiling material to make a rejected stone become the corner stone. Stay blessed!

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