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- January 16, 2023 at 8:42 pm #676668sasha868Participant
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Hi Good Day,
I’m looking for some advice on which papers to proceed with, with the ultimate goal of attaining the ACCA qualification.
I have completed FA1 and MA1 and now debating if to go straight to FAB/FFA/FMA instead of MA2/FA2 to save on the cost.
There is a bit of conflicting reports online on the learning path so i’m basically asking what is the most cost effective way to go about this.
Tuition in really expensive here and the resources here are a god send as our local providers basically just hand you the BPP textbook and let you sink/float, not to mention the advice i found in my brief overview on the site so far.
Thank You in advance for any wise words and assistance!
SJanuary 17, 2023 at 7:03 am #676709Kim SmithKeymaster
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Welcome to our forums!
I don’t think a couple of exam fees will make a lot of differnce in the great scheme of an ACCA journey to qualification and membership. It wouldn’t be cost effective to skip FA2/MA2 and then need more than one attempt to pass FFA/FMA.
If you passed FA1/MA1 well and found them relatively easy, you might try jumping to FFA/FMA, but you could in any case work through our FA2/MA2 resources here https://opentuition.com/fia – entirely for free – and then decide if you to enter for the exams.
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