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Hello Sir I just took my F2 exam and it went horrible . the questions were predominantly budgeting and variances I managed to muster a measly 25% . iv’e gone through the ot notes and lectures many times and have done the bpp exam kit however even then I can’t seem to understand and grasp some of the concepts and end up memorising the calculations which makes me forget what I’m doing after a short while regardless how many times I try to understand. do you think it’s a good idea for me to go through the syllabus again through the bpp study text which I have not used at all and then try the exam kit again? Please help me failing really demotivates you. Thank you
I am sorry that you failed.
If you have not grasped the concepts then you must either go through our lectures again or read your study text (or both) – the exam deliberately tries to check that you understand and are not simply learning rules.
As you are studying again, then when you come across anything you do not understand then you should ask in this forum.
When you are confident that you do understand the topics, then you should practice all of the questions in your Revision Kit again. But make sure you attempt them as test questions (under time pressure) and only look at the answers after you have attempted the questions yourself.