ACCA September 2016 exam results
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ACCA students should now have discovered the ‘approved’ learning partners for the first phase of the introduction of CBE exams for papers F5 to F9, due to begin this September. [Read more…]
March 2016 pass rates – ACCA Global pass rates compared to OpenTuition members votes. [Read more…]
Question practice is absolutely vital for exam success, so you should prepare a revision plan which includes key past examination questions on each topic.
You can download an analysis of past P5 exam topics from here>>
For each question you should allow sufficient time to answer the question (90 minutes for a Section A question and 45 minutes for a Section B question) and equivalent time to debrief your answer. [Read more…]
I currently reside in Birmingham, United Kingdom. I work full-time in an accountancy firm as an Accounts Assistant.
On average I spend 15 – 20 hrs on each subject per week. In December session I appeared for two exams F8 and P1 and I prepared for them in two months. [Read more…]
I live in Dublin, Ireland and work in the Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources.
I attended a 3 hour class each week and I made this time really count. I took about 5 days study leave from my work. With work and family commitments it’s quality rather than quantity. [Read more…]
A: Hello everyone! My name is Bhagat Singh and I am from Malaysia. I am currently pursuing the second semester of my ACCA exams (F7, F8, F9) by studying full time at Sunway University. I scored 91% on the F4-Corporate and Business Law paper (Malaysian variant) for the December 2015 exam sitting. I was also the World Prize Winner for the FAU June 2015 exam sitting (CAT). Before commenting any further, I’d like to thank Opentutuion for giving me this wonderful opportunity to share my insight on studying for the ACCA exams. [Read more…]
Hi, my name is Samir and I live in Leicester, England. I work as a management accountant for a company called Thomson Hayes.
I try to do an 1 hour a day on average but it does tend to increase in the last week/10 days where I spend on average 6-8 Hours a day. [Read more…]
I live in Cyprus and currently work as a customer support representative. Before starting F3 i had no accounting experience at all!
I tried to study for an hour a day so around 7 hours a week. Close to the exam i did a little more, but due to work and my daughter my time was pretty limited. [Read more…]
Hi, my name is Aleksey and I am from St Petersburg, Russia. I am an associate in a deal advisory department at a large international firm.
Historically, I was mainly focusing on the financial due diligence engagements. As far as you may know, buy-side due diligence is about evaluation of the risks associated with a potential target for an acquisition and advising on the ways how to mitigate these risks. There are, however, some additional country-specific issues. For example, many small- and medium-sized companies in Russia neither prepare consolidated financial statements nor keep IFRS accounts. Since their financials are not fully comparable with those of the companies in the mature market, it may be difficult for an international investor to make an investment decision on the basis of such information. [Read more…]
My name is Mark Roberts and I live in Wales, UK, and currently work as a Management Accountant at Boots Hearingcare
I tend to break my studies into three phases and the time spent studying each week varies depending on which stage I am in. I typically start the tuition phase around 3 months before the exam date, where I usually spend 8 hours per week studying. Revision is the next stage, which starts around 6 weeks before the exam date, here I up my time studying to 12 hours a week. Finally the question practice phase, about 3 weeks before the exam. Here I would typically spend up to 30 hours a week working on my exam technique and areas of the syllabus which require work. [Read more…]