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    lesleyanne1984
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    Hi I am registered to re-sit F7 in December 2012. I am looking to put together a study plan to help but I just dont know where to start! I am self studying and work full time but I am committed to passing F7 this time. Any advise you could offer would be greatly appreciated.


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    Hi

    2 questions! You’re obviously a university graduate – how did you organise your revision for Uni exams?

    And, did you really mean December 2012?

    Get yourself a diary / planner / spreadsheet.
    Eliminate those days where you have unavoidable prior claims on your time including work, family and social “commitments”

    Are you planning any further reference to study texts? Or do you intend to dive straight back into a revision kit? By how many marks did you fail last time – December, 2011?

    How many evenings do you now have left uncommitted and therefore available for revision? And how many weekend days? Do you feel in yourself any particular weakness for any part of the syllabus?

    Lesley Anne, there’s so much I need to know about your personal situation before I could begin to guide you in how to prepare a revision plan.

    But, essentially, having answered all the above questions, you now have identified those areas where you feel most vulnerable, and the time available for revision, and you can see how many questions there are in the revision kit ……

    Need I say more?

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