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    • Avatar of MikeLittle says

      There is about a 60% overlap between English variant and Global variant so, yes, you should find the lectures helpful? As for the differences – you can find this out for yourself by looking at the ACCA website pages for the two variant syllabi.

      VERY briefly, much less contract law and cases in Global. Instead Global has arbitration and international sale of goods (and other international conventions)

    • Avatar of MikeLittle says

      Aloe Vera

      No, there are no lectures on employment law. Check out the ten or so questions from the area in a reputable revision kit and that should give you enough information to be able to answer an employment law question

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    Respected Sir, I am really very worried about my preparation of paper F4. I hardly have less than 5 weeks for the preparation and I have not even opened the book to have a look at the content page to count how many chapters are there in the course. I’ve heard its a very lengthy area. Kindly tell me by your vast experience the best possible and the easiest way of getting myself prepared and all set for the exam. I am waiting for your quick reply. Thankyou.

  2. avatar says

    Respected Sir, I am really very worried about my preparation of paper F4. I hardly have less than 5 weeks for the preparation and I have not even opened the book to have a look at the content page to count how many chapters are there in the course. Ive heard its a very lengthy area. Kindly tell me by your vast experience the best possible and the easiest way of getting myself prepared and all set for the exam. I am waiting for your quick reply. Thankyou.

  3. avatar says

    Hello sir,

    I’m taking the Singapore Variant paper for the June 2014 exam. May I know what are the chapters that are the same and which few chapters only applies to GLO/ENG variant?

  4. Avatar of Chris says

    Hi Mike

    Firstly – thanks so much for your continued support and prompt responses to us students. I’ve just started ACCA and sit my F1 in a month and have F2&F3 exemptions approved. I have paid the ACCA to sit the F4 &F5 in December and was interested to note your comments on the F4 being a possible CBE. I’m sure most students would prefer the CBE route allowing them to immediately re-sit the paper in the event of a failure rather than waiting for another 6 months. Do you have any further details on this and many thanks for your help in advance.

    Kind Regards

    Chris

  5. avatar says

    This lecture was really helpful. But can you tell me what are those 10 points you are referring at the end of the video?
    Also I sat my F3 paper in January. And I’m doing f1, f2, F4, F6 in the June session. Just want to know whether I can write the F4 and F6 exams before facing for the CBE f1 and f2 papers.

    Thanks a lot for these lectures. VERY helpful
    :)

    • Avatar of MikeLittle says

      You need 10 points per question. It’s no good having 3 or 4 even though they may be SUPER points – they’re worth only 3 or 4 marks.

      To score 10, you need 10 points

      Even 5 is not enough – what if the marker decides that 1 of those 5 is not clear enough? Then you have scored only 4 out of the 10 available, and that’s not enough for a pass!

      Ok?

      • avatar says

        Ok sir.. Thanks alot.
        and can you answer the second part as well :)

        That is ;
        “Also I sat my F3 paper in January. And I’m doing f1, f2, F4, F6 in the June session. Just want to know whether I can write the F4 and F6 exams before facing for the CBE f1 and f2 papers”

        THANK YOU AGAIN :)

      • avatar says

        Ok sir.. Thanks alot.
        and can you answer the second part as well :)

        That is ;
        If I could sit for F4 and F6 before facing for th CBE F1 and F2 papers? :)

        THANK YOU AGAIN :)

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