- April 15, 2021 at 8:38 am #617691
Hello sir, By God’s grace cleared SBR eventhough I attempted only 75% leaving 25 marks due to poor exam technique.(I understand it’s not a credit to leave question and passing the exam as it’s really risky). In my previous queries, I requested advice on sitting both ATX and AAA for June sitting. But I am not well prepared for sitting AAA in June (especially with a Low pass % world wide & scared of my poor exam technique).April 15, 2021 at 8:44 am #617693
I have already attended a learning providers class here for the syllabus valid until June 2021. When I checked the 2021-22 AAA syllabus, I have seen almost 2 pages of updations/ modifications in syllabus. Sir, so is it better to write AAA in June before the slight syllabus modifications from sept-June 2022? Or is it still safe if I push AAA exam to September 2021 as the ATX exam providing here is only applicable in June and December?April 15, 2021 at 8:45 am #617695
Please advice!!April 15, 2021 at 8:49 am #617696
Sir, I don’t think that I can manage both the papers with only 1.5 months left for the exam( Like Study, revision, past paper practise and mock )April 15, 2021 at 9:17 am #617707Kim SmithKeymaster
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If you read the comments on the table of amendments “wording amended … ” – these won’t have any effect on learning materials.
Where the comments are “to reflect … [ref to ISA 315 revised]” these won’t have a significant bearing on AAA exam either because the exam is “practical” rather than theoretical.
There is no need at all to rush AAA in June and far better that you concentrate on ATX that you can sit only in June or December.
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