Whilst studying for my final ACCA exam I discovered Open Tuition. I was astounded that such a comprehensive resource was being offered for free - free lecture notes,...more
Whilst studying for my final ACCA exam I discovered Open Tuition. I was astounded that such a comprehensive resource was being offered for free - free lecture notes, easy to access, well taught, understandable video lectures for all syllabus areas, free tutor support, as well as an online community of fellow students to discuss problems and share successes, frustrations (and whisper it the occasional failure) with. Did I mention this is all for free??
The video lectures with worked examples gave me the belief to approach this exam with something approaching confidence, whereas at past ACCA exams my approach was more with dread.
I wish I had found them sooner, and will of course be recommending them to everyone I can (especially to colleagues at work).
They deserve the award for being truly innovative and for shaking up the BPP / Kaplan Accounting Studies dominance.
Through his video lectures for P2 Mike Little has actually given me confidence in areas of accounting I would previously have always avoided (eg pensions, cash flow). His style is such that anything seems achievable. He adds humour to what would otherwise be the driest of topics. I have been in lectures before where a wrong answer has made me feel very small indeed, but Mike’s “or more correctly?” approach to being given the wrong answer is to me just perfect.
You know that he genuinely cares about the progress of the students (both in the room, and those viewing online).
During my studies of P2 for Dec exam I have laughed at the screen, enjoyed answering his questions out loud, occasionally shouted at the monitor (in frustration at my own shortcomings!) but above all else feel that even after a very hard exam, I was as prepared for it as I could possibly be thanks to Mike.
Thank you Sir, it’s been a pleasure (never thought I’d say that about P2!). And if the worst happens in February I know where I will be coming straight back to.
F9 tutor makes this paper very very interesting. Thank you very much to opentuition.Claude
Open tuition is a boon to Accountancy students through out the world. Supporting them with its FREE online resources is a BIG help to all those who can’t afford these....more
Open tuition is a boon to Accountancy students through out the world. Supporting them with its FREE online resources is a BIG help to all those who can’t afford these. It helps the talents grow and bloom and prevents them from dying for want of financial support. It is a timely crucial helping hand given to dedicated students which changes the direction and quality of their life by providing them this invaluable treasure of course notes, video lectures and a common platform for the students to meet and discuss various issues and get help.
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John Moffat is very clear and comes down to the basic mental level of students to explain the topics to them. His hand writing on the screen is very legible. I studied F5 with him and felt like I was sitting in his class. The lectures are so grasping that you are addicted to them. He makes you love the subject and enables long sittings without getting board. The lectures give impetus to further read the topic and practise exam questions. His best attribute is that he creates interest and understanding in the subject which are inevitable for success in writing these papers. I gained not only the knowledge but also the applied part related to the topic. Therefore, it was easier for me to analyse the scenario and apply my knowledge to answer questions in the exam.
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