- January 13, 2020 at 8:08 am
Passed with 50% after failing it with 43% previously. Glad I passed, but thought I did a lot better. I very much doubt I’ll take on AAA as an optional.January 13, 2020 at 8:21 am
Thanks alot for all the employees, volunteers and operators within OPENTUITION, I really benefited from the site, the study material and the simplicity & practicality of the site & the content. I also, want to thank the participants & commenters who shared their experience, feedback and comments all the way. I registered for 2 papers (FR & AA) & passed them 2 by using opentuition lectures & study notes inaddition to BPP 2017 revision kit & past exams.January 13, 2020 at 9:47 am
Congratulation for everyone and hard luck for those who could not clear the paper.
I got 35%! I was confident that I will get a pass mark of 75% at least, sounds made. I have cleared all the skill papers except F8 and I know myself if I done well I usually expect the mark and it comes to my expectation. I also done mocks and my answer was in line with the answers and I was hoping to pass with a decent mark, practiced past papers and exam techniques and I did not struggle with any question, I answered all questions well but I do not understand why I got such low mark. Seriously I cannot believe it.
Sometimes I feel something wrong with the software or could they have allocated the wrong mark when it was sent to me!
Sorry that you failed. Don’t waste the money. They will not show you anything, just remark your paper again. It is annoying, but it is their policy. Good luck next time.
Believe me, this was one of my best performance in acca exams. First attempt I got 40 without study and I know I will fail and started preparing early in December session. I learned all the topic areas with exam past paper practice. Well prepared and well performed in the exam!
I know it is too low but I wanted to apply for administrative review. Nothing will change but I need to know why I got such mark!
Any suggestion, advice is highly appreciated.January 13, 2020 at 9:54 am
86% first time, thank OT!
hey james,congrats. remembered seeing you in chat and was very nervous. 86% is amazing! nice one!January 13, 2020 at 10:06 am
Thanks to OpenTuition, passed at my first attempt. I can’t imagine what I’d do without this incredible community.
Opentuition tutors are by far the best.January 13, 2020 at 10:09 am
Got success in 3rd attempt. I got 65 marks on attempt of 80.January 13, 2020 at 10:48 am
61% pass on first attempt. THANK YOU OpenTuition for helping me to succeed!January 13, 2020 at 11:42 am
Finally passed with 53%, fifth attempt.
Previous results were all around 46-49%.
It’s only exam I’ve failed so far, it was a bit of a stumbling block for me, but got there in the end.
CONGRATULATIONS! Your hard work paid off in the end. Onwards and upwards!January 13, 2020 at 11:43 am
This is awesome, congratulations. need to follow your technique.
Olabodeyy, I use the same technique for all my exams, I took two in each of the last 3 sessions
Basically, the OT lectures and notes pretty much contain everything you need, but you have to learn the content, not just watch the lectures.
I do one loop through all the lectures, making notes <— making notes is the difference between pass and fail
Then I study the technical articles on ACCA
Then take a practice test to see where your weaknesses are and study those
If I have time, I then go through all the lectures again, on 1.5x the speed, just making notes on things that I didn’t feel I had learnt properly
The last 2 weeks for me are just studying my areas of weakness, doing practice tests, and getting rest
This exam was actually the hardest for me, as I had absolutely no clue about anything to do with auditing prior to beginning my study. So, I looked through the past exams and realised that I was almost guaranteed to get questions worth big marks on Internal Controls, Substantive Procedures and Audit Risks. I made sure I studied these hard and fully understood how the marking system worked, and what the examiner would be looking for
I work full time as well, so taking 2 exams per session is pretty intense. Now I’m done with the F level I’m just going to do 1 per sessionJanuary 13, 2020 at 11:51 am
Same situation here?.. me too expected a pass and got 48%?January 13, 2020 at 12:32 pm
How did you go about your preparation pleaseJanuary 13, 2020 at 1:29 pm
I think ACCA needs to relax a bit in respect to “administrative review”. Students that have ever requested for administrative review in the past will tell you it’s just a waste of money as I am yet to see anyone personally that had his/her score changed. Yet, for December 2019, Financial management paper, they made a mistake in the “Paris Co” question. Obviously, the system is not perfect neither is it error-proof.
If they can make a mistake in a question that they had enough time to prepare and review, yet could not see it until the exam day, How much more the marking of the exam which is partly done by humans.
Therefore, going by the above fact, I think it is only fair to give students who request for administrative review fair hearing as what they only desire is how to do better the next time by knowing where exactly they got it wrong not giving every student that asks for administrative review a generic response.
#ACCAchangeJanuary 13, 2020 at 2:46 pm
Thank God I made it successfully.God bless all the OT resource persons. Your effort is well appreciated.
May God comfort anyone who failed and all the best next time.January 13, 2020 at 3:17 pm
This is my 6th attempt I wrote AA exam and i have failed with 41%. So far, my results were-26,22,29,35,30 and now 41.
I am disappointed that I failed again and frsutrating too. However I had reasons. For one month, I was hospitalised with viral infection on my eye due to which I couldnt revise for almost a month. By the time, I have recovered, I had 20 days time to cover up everything. Thanks to Open Tuition, I have managed to make it till 41. Personally if you ask me, Dec 19 exam was a good one. Had I didn’t get those viral infection, then I would be definitely in the list of pass rates.
This resources is really good one and I will be using it again for March sitting. Hoping to perform way betterJanuary 13, 2020 at 3:42 pm
Passed on my first attempt 70% I really enjoyed this paper I definitely will be taking AAAJanuary 13, 2020 at 3:53 pm
Hi. Can you please give me tips in how did you clear AA exam/January 13, 2020 at 3:55 pm
Can you please give me tips in how did you clear AA exam?January 13, 2020 at 5:34 pm
I passed 1st attempt 63%.
I watched all the lectures and did as many questions from the revision book as poss, in the time i had and also past papers.January 13, 2020 at 5:57 pm
Hello, i attempted for F8 and solved 90% paper and very confident to get 60+ marks, but, i wondered when i saw my result. I got only 26% marks, I want to re-check my AA exam. I need your advice, should i apply for re-check or not? What do you think, Please let me know.
Usman AliJanuary 13, 2020 at 7:11 pm
Failed…January 13, 2020 at 10:13 pm
No, you shouldn’t. It would be waste of money, time and your nerve system cells. It is tough exam. They have really strange marking system. E.g. for 8 mark question, you need just 8 answers, in other diet you need 16, because they think it is easy and 1/2 mark for each point you made is given.
I made something in between: say, for 5 marks, I would do 7-8 suggestions. If you double everything, you will ran out of time and won’t be able to answer 100% questions.. It worked for me, so try this approach next time.January 14, 2020 at 1:01 am
I dont know how you get 26% with full study
Last time i go to F8 without almost no study and just work sense and get 29
You must recover all part of book (recommend Kaplan)
Try to do as much as possible MCQ in advance
Try to “copy”ACCA answer in some type of question: audit risk,internal control, substantive testJanuary 14, 2020 at 8:23 am
I`ve passed 100% in first time (F3)January 14, 2020 at 11:35 pm
Failed with 49. Anyone who has an experiance, do you think administrative review would make any difference? Please advice me.
The administrative review will only give you an idea how much percentage you got in each examined area. Nothing much detailed. Not worth from my point of view.However, I was desperate twice to ask someone to review the first marking as I didn’t believe that it had been correctly marked 🙂January 16, 2020 at 11:40 am
Thank you Sir Ken Garett!!!
A couple of years ago I used your lectures and I passed my Audit and Assurance exam.
Ever so grateful.
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