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    topoftherock
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    Hi,
    Is there point is revising the consolidated income statmenet, if Q1 will most likely be a CSFP or a CSCF? Many thanks.
    P.S I believe the consoliated income statment has only come up once since 2007.


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    I don’t think I would be willing to gamble! What’s the problem with revising all the consolidation sub-species?


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    topoftherock
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    Yeah i suppose you are right, I think i will do it to avoid being blank in the exam. Well just thought if I revised that, then it would forget the techniques for cash flow and balance sheet (i.e there is so much to learn).


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    Yes, it’s tough isn’t it. And, do you realise, there are no others anywhere in the World that are feeling the same as you! Everyone’s calm, cool, collected, chilled. You’re on your own Rocky!

    Or, just maybe, there are thousands of others around the World who are beginning to get just a little bit on edge about the exams.

    Good Lord – I’ve just realised, it’s only three weeks away before they start!!


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    topoftherock
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    haha well at least I have a smile on my face from your good sense of humour! well for me mine is 4 weeks tomorrow!


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    Each exam paper is attempted on the same day around the World. With time differences it means that the Australians sit their exams in the evening, Middle East a few hours after lunch, North Western Europe start at 11.00 am and the UK at 9.00 am

    That way there’s only a very slight window for people in the UK / Ireland to find out what’s in the exam and by then it’s too late to do anything about it!


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    topoftherock
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    aww trust the UK to be sitting at 09:00am! evening exams! thats well up my street! think i may move to oz to do the optional papers!

    Is the P2 exam the most difficult/lengthy syllabus out of them all?


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    MikeLittle
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    The answer to that question will vary according to which tutor you ask. As a P2 tutor, I have to say the obvious answer which is “Of course it’s the hardest” but if you ask any other tutor, they will tell you that P3, P4, P5 or P6 is the hardest.

    All exams are hard – live with it! :-)


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    topoftherock
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    thanks for the advice, much appreciated!


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    You’re welcome

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