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Hi guys I am home studying F9 (have just started a couple of weeks ago).
I notice that there are formula sheets provided in the exam paper. Up to now everything has been there that I needed.
However tonight in my studies I have got up to IRR in DCF techniques, and this formula doesnt appear to be there.
Are we expected to learn and remember that formula???!!!
Or will it be given in the question??
If we’re expected to learn and remember formulas and then calculate and interpret I may as well give up now!!
Any advice greatly appreceiated.
Are you talking about: IRR = a + NVPa / (NVPa – NVPb) * (b – a)?
The IRR formulae is not given in the exam, it is one that you do have to learn.
Hopefully in December 12 sitting we will get a probability question like the one in 2010! lol
Everyone seemed to hate that one but during revision I seemed to do ok with that it!!
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