Could you please upload any mock exams and answers you might have in the download section of the forum.. It would just make it so mucheasier for all of us to share instead of having to request an email forward…
Many thanks and best of luck!!!
In the June 2012 sitting, I practically gave up waiting for someone to upload the mock exam, so what I did is revise each PYQ 3 times. I suppose this technique works as a bigger wonder than waiting for the mock exam paper! (I eventually did found one, but unfortunately it’s just taking a previous PYQ and the companies’ names in the cases were changed).
I think the purpose of a mock exam as you guys should know is to put yourself on a time pressure and get into that ‘exam mood’, so why not try time-pressurising yourself as you revise each PYQ? I felt that this technique should help you prepare for the exam much better.
There are some topics that weren’t tested in any PYQ (like Performance Prism from June 2012, and Kaizen from Dec 2011), so consider reading supplementary articles so that you wouldn’t experience a big shock when it does come out in the upcoming exam.
Also, here’s a great tip if you still want to try new questions (should noone uploads the mock exam here)…. and this trick only applies to those who bought original BPP text books (I don’t know about Kaplan). Look at the inside cover of your BPP text book, and there should be a link to access BPP ACCA online additional resources. Enter the code from your text book as prompted, and enjoy the treasure of new questions you can test yourself.
Thank you Angryhamtaro.
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