• Profile photo of John Moffat says

      It is difficult to recommend because everybody finds different things easy or hard.

      P5 follows on from F5 (but with a lot more writing and fewer calculations). P7 follows on from Paper F8.
      It really depends a lot on how you found F5 and F8 – it might be sensible to choose the paper that follows from whichever you found easier of F5 and F8.

      Also, have a look at the past two or three real exams for P5 and P7 (on the ACCA website) to get a feel for the level of difficulty.

  1. avatar says

    I am very grateful that I have had a pleasure listening to all your F9 lectures. I have found them very helpful and thanks to you I better understand FM now. Sir, you are an exceptional example of what good teaching is. Thank you very much. Now, thinking of attempting P4! Best Regards,

  2. Profile photo of louis06111 says

    Sorry I have a problem with example 1
    In the line ‘profit on futures’
    Where does the figure come from?
    Can anybody help me please?
    I’m rather confused by that calculation.

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