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    just looking for a general opinion really.

    reason why i ask, currently still going through the course notes on this site and i’m finding it a bit tedious too much info for me and the likely hood of me remembering all of it will be low. the revision notes however seem a little more manageable and something i can use to prepare for the exam.

    So, should i stop going through the course notes and start using the revision notes to prepare for the exam (As well as looking at past papers)? This is the first time i’m doing acca and I have no idea what to expect and/or whether opentution’s material are reliable.


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    question regarding the reliability of notes: This site is pretty much ideal for learning

    well if you think the content is too much (notes), acca is not ideal for you.
    if you looking for just certification with no really knowledge, it does not really help you in the long run.

    rest is up to you.

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