September 10, 2012 at 6:25 am #54445
are these notes enough for exam. i want to get preparation only from these notes. is these reliable? tell me the mehtod of study of these notes.Chapter 1 & 2 lectures are also not on website.when these will be available? some meaning of words are not in dictionary feeling problum.eg. in chapter 1 common law 4th line what is mean of “commonised” & equity law 3rd line what is mean of ” Aequitas”. Also tell me the dictionary by which i got help also tell me from where to download.September 10, 2012 at 6:42 pm #105071
In answer to your questions, and taking your questions in sequence:
No, you need also the lectures and a revision kit ( or download from the ACCA website ) with the past exam questions and answers. Ideally, you would also read a study text from a reputable publisher.
Use your own method – each student’s method is specific to that student
Chapters 1 and 2 absence is explained in the videos
Commonisation – you’ll find an explanation in google
Aequitas – the same
Dictionary – try google searchSeptember 13, 2012 at 9:35 am #105072
i thinks f4 is only memorisation nothing except it. but how much a human can memorse? A 10 mark question at leat answer with ten points or lines. when your exam question tips for dec will be available.September 13, 2012 at 6:03 pm #105073
“i thinks f4 is only memorisation nothing except it. but how much a human can memorse? A 10 mark question at leat answer with ten points or lines”
I believe you may be underestimating the F4 exam ( and therefore also the future exams and the ACCA qualification in full )
December 2012 tips maybe at the end of next monthSeptember 17, 2012 at 10:17 am #105074
hello, how are?
can you clarify the term of money laondating and the inside trading and bridge?
salmaSeptember 17, 2012 at 6:32 pm #105075
I’m not sure I know what laondating is. Is it something like speed dating, blind dating or is it maybe where a man borrows money from his girl friend date ( money loan dating? ) to share the cost of the meal or cinema tickets?
There is a matter in F4 called money laundering – that’s where the proceeds of an illegal activity are recycled through an apparently legal activity.
Insider dealing – there is an adequate note in the course notes as well as a video lecture. It’s where a person who has privileged un-published price-sensitive information about a quoted company uses that information to make a gain by buying shares before the good news hits the public domain and then sells when the share value increases on the announcement of that news. Equally, by selling early before bad news hits the market and then buying the shares back after the price has fallen.
Bridge? The Bridge is an acknowledged abbreviation for Stamford Bridge – the name of the football ground where Chelsea play their home matches. Bridge is also a very technical card game. A further meaning is that a bridge is a way that dentists fit false teeth. Additionally, it’s a walkway, roadway or railway which spans a gap between two high points. It has featured in a number of films, most notable is Bridge over the River Kwai.
But “bridge” in the context of F4? You’ve got me there. Give me a clue where you’ve heard or read of the expression..October 20, 2012 at 4:00 am #105076
@MikeLitte u have a very good sense of humour… lolOctober 20, 2012 at 8:12 am #105077
I still haven’t heard what laondating is nor have I been enlightened as to where a bridge fits into F4
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