- September 11, 2023 at 12:40 pm #691882mfuz.allyParticipant
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Hi, a few question regarding AAA.
1- I wanna know since in aaa application is key, reading the book in depth isn’t necessary rather it’s more important to skim through it and start question practice asap.
2- is it necessary to learn ISQM and ISA etc with the numbers ?
3- are spelling errors and grammar deducted from professional marks ?
4- If I’m not working, is it possible to do aaa and sbl in 3 months ? Just did Sbr although idk the results.
5- what percentage of Aa is in aaa. Like if someone got 100% in aa, without studying for aaa how much can they score.
Thank you. in advanceSeptember 11, 2023 at 3:42 pm #691890Kim SmithKeymaster
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Welcome again – this time to my AAA forum.
1 – yes, as long as you are prepared to revert to a text/suitable authority for further information and to clarify misunderstandings.
2 – no, you do not need to reference numbers.
3 – yes, unlike applied skills exams, poor English can be penalised by witholding professional marks (in particular, the communication skills marks in Q1)
Compare the quality of your communication in this post with that of your last post to me https://opentuition.com/topic/aa-exam-related-questions – if you maintain a high standard of English in all communications you shouldn’t have to think about it in the exam.
4 – see what I advised another student here https://opentuition.com/topic/should-i-write-sbr-and-sbl-together – basically you can only get cracking and assess your progress by the time it comes to booking for the December session
5 – very poorly – see our introduction to AAA starting on page 3 of our notes https://opentuition.com/acca/aaa
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