- April 16, 2018 at 4:35 pm
If I was giving out a tip it would be to not do question practice too early – which might seem odd given that’s generally the opposite advice for other papers
With P6 there is just too much to learn to get bogged down in questions too early on. Doing two questions could take up a whole revision session and you have then only covered 3-4 areas perhaps (and relied on the book the whole time)
In P6 there are possibly 40-50 areas to get to grips with and you just won’t get through them.
Other than that it’s about putting in the time and recognizing you can’t expect to know it all and therefore being realistic about it and covering the key areas and not trying to learn every little thing
Good luck xApril 16, 2018 at 7:24 pm
What is link theory? Unfortunately I have failed but I think it’s becuase I thought it was a good idea doing an exam with 2 kids under 2! Want to smash this exam next time around, any tips would be greatly appreciated!April 17, 2018 at 9:55 am
@olof Congrats on your massive achievement, is it possible for you to share some tips with us 🙂
Thank you!April 17, 2018 at 10:26 am
Finally I got all the acca exams done. Thanks, open tuition, thanks for all sharing here. You helped so much. This time I used Kaplan’s pocket notes to prepare for P6, with practicing past papers and few questions in exam kit.April 17, 2018 at 1:39 pm
What is link theory? Unfortunately I have failed but I think it’s becuase I thought it was a good idea doing an exam with 2 kids under 2! Want to smash this exam next time around, any tips would be greatly appreciated!
Link theory is a way some people think they can find out their exam result before it is published by the ACCA. It is nonsense, and any posts mentioning this link theory will be deleted – it simply confuses others.April 20, 2018 at 7:54 pm
Failed for the first attempt at 36%. Btw i took variance malaysia.
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