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June 6, 2010 at 7:03 pm
Hi all, I elected to take F6 and resit F7 and F9 this time around but just after submitting my exam application. I got asked if I would consider childminding again 1 day a week, I said sure its only 1 day I can do that, Then another parent asked me and another so suddenly I am childminding full time (including Saturday), the businesses that I do the accounts for have picked up, so more work there and a business idea I had at Christmas has taken off!
My study and revision time have disappeared and if it wasn’t for the fact that F6 has a fairly set question areas I think I would have given up on sitting the exam. I am hoping to pass on 5 years self assessment experience, 2 years corporation accounts experience the revision lectures and past exam papers.
I haven’t even started going over F7 and F9 again!
So if you are out there thinking you haven’t done enough then you aren’t the only one.
Some of you out there may be thinking of skipping your exam thinking there’s no point in going as you are not likely to pass, I know there were plenty of empty seats at my last F9 exam. SIT THE EXAM ANYWAY if nothing else it will give you exam experience and who knows you might get lucky with the questions and pass.
June 2, 2010 at 12:36 pm
i am so sacred pls i need help can someone just give me words of encouragement i feel i am not ready
just had baby back to work full time
i need to pass this i am determine to pass this but seem not to understand when i read
June 2, 2010 at 12:53 pm
Try and watch some lectures, maybe they will help you concentrate!
June 2, 2010 at 1:06 am
I worried, but am not biting my nails as yet which is a good sign. With 8 days to go to F8, my strategy is to zone in on f8 over the next few days then pick up F7 after that exam… I pray it works
June 1, 2010 at 7:47 pm
By the way, I don’t see any video lecture for P5..do we have it?
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