Am thinking of sitting for the Dec 2012 exams, I haven’t registered yet. I’ve been held up from June and therefore couldn’t start studying then.
Which brings me to my question, do you think it’s possible to study F4 in two months(Oct – Dec) and pass?
Am a student in Uni, and am sure I’d be able to spare 4hours on weekdays and maybe more on weekends.
So what are your thoughts??
As a small note, I’ve already passed all the other fundamental papers
If you spend 4 hrs per day EVERY day then it is possible, but I would say you will have to be very disciplined
My word of advice – F4 is completely theory – 10 questions in all worth 10 marks each. (The last 3 being scenario based).
You are also expected to quote and remember cases.
Best of luck
I think I’ll give it a try. Thanks.
i hope it’s enough time for you because i’m going for f4, f5 and f6 in that same time.
Only starting this week two months hopefully will be enough if just brain wash myself most nights for the two months !!
@ john munga..mate i work full time, that too in a non financial or legal role..just listen to the lectures carefully and understand the ideas behind them. if u understand them well, remembering should not be a problem..you ll just have to restrict your visit to the student bars..good luck.!!
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