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- October 20, 2020 at 12:19 pm #590758sunshine24
hi guys, had been doing acca for like ages and im so done,tired,disappointed,frustrated and so on.now doing afm and aaa in this upcoming 6 weeks is sufficient enuf or im taking too much risk. well my motivation is down day by day,looking at books makes me miserable.im just too fed up after failing multiple times eventhough i studied hard for past 3 months before exam. im a full time student with a marginal fail. plz help.thanksOctober 20, 2020 at 2:16 pm #590804alice22
Hello guys, I’ve been failing FAU multiple times . I’m so down I don’t know what to do anymoreOctober 20, 2020 at 5:38 pm #590830ashlanModerator
@sunshine24 and @alice22:
Firstly, the fact that you’ve attempted these challenging exams highlights your passion for the accounting profession. Remember, ACCA is a world-class qualification, so it will take a lot out of us to pass all the exams, but once we do, the doors of opportunity will open (and remain open) to us.
Please don’t make hasty decisions for December, rather let the disappointment ease a bit and you can focus better on what to do. As a full-time student, you may be able to attempt both AAA and AFM, but may I suggest starting with one for now, and when things have calmed down, then decide whether you can manage both.
After watching all lectures on OT, I beg that you please attempt all questions in a practice and revision kit (BPP or Kaplan) – this is so essential for all subjects. Some students fail 7 or 8 times (I myself failed TX about 5 times before passing). But letting it effect us emotionally only sets us back.
So, don’t kick yourself over it. Don’t be tired or disappointed. Be energised and determined to progress through this world-class qualification and look at the eventual reward. Take a fresh approach to studying for your next exam. I’ll be joining you both in the December session (although not physically) and we will all pass this time around! 🙂 You got this!
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