Whether you are working full time or studying full time, OpenTuition can complement your ACCA or CIMA studies!
Find out how to get started on OpenTuition and get the most from this web site.
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All OpenTuition study resources will always be free! However, to get all the benefits, such as downloadable course notes, support on the forums, you have to be registered member of OpenTuition (which is also free!)
We have over 500,000 members and over 5,000 new students register each month!
Free lecture notes
Login and download free lecture notes. Simply choose your ACCA or CIMA exam from the top menu. You can download PDF and print our notes, or if you like, view them on line.
OpenTuition lecture notes are used regularly by thousand of students and many colleges worldwide.
To fully benefit from our notes you must watch the OpenTuition lectures!
If you have any problems, please go to the forums to post your questions.
There are over 50,000 topics on the forums and so it is very likely that many of your questions have already been answered.
Please use search first before you post. Many questions have already been answered!
Ask the Tutor
You can ask your questions of our ACCA and CIMA tutors. OpenTuition tutors monitor the Ask the Tutor forums and usually reply within 48 hours. Please make sure you have watched our lectures first!
Tests, Quizzes and Flashcards
For many exams we have developed tests, quizzes and interactive flashcards. We also have simulations of the computer based exams! When you are ready to revise you can test your knowledge.
Articles and Spotlight interviews
You will find on the site many articles ranging from Exam Technique to Technical Articles for your upcoming exams. We have also published many interviews with top ACCA students, including the ACCA Global Prize winners, where they reveal their approach to studying and achieving top marks! You can read what they had to say in our Spotlight Interviews.
Surveys & Instant Polls
Every month we conduct new Instant polls, asking students questions that affect their studies and other issues they may have.