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First of all, thanks for the wonderful lectures of ACCA F5.
In my last two attempts for this exam, I scored 48 and 47 now I am preparing again but would like to know why we have 110 marks F5 paper?
I never understand the logic behind it but now I would like to know before my next exam.
First, the paper is not called F5 any more – it is Paper PM 🙂
There were 110 marks, but 5 of the MCQ’s (i.e. 10 marks) did not count towards your overall score – they were there as a way for the ACCA to check that the exam was fair.
In future this will not happen – there will only be 100 marks because they have finished the checking.