- October 27, 2021 at 3:15 pm #639236srklodhi96Member
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I failed the AAA exam in September 2021 attempt at 38, and this was my fourth attempt. I got 40 in the first attempt, 40 in the second, 49 in the third and 38 in the fourth.
Just to inform you, I’ve self studied the subject and also studied it from multiple forums, including the open tuition lectures, notes, bpp practice kit, Acca webinars and also from a well renowned tutor in Pakistan.
I was very confident that I’d go through this time, but this attempt has got me disheartened to a great deal.
I’ve already paid the fee for December 2021 attempt; however, I’m still confused about how would I cope up with things this time.October 27, 2021 at 5:14 pm #639252Kim SmithKeymaster
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Don’t be disheartened – see here from a fellow student https://opentuition.com/topic/how-i-passed-aaa-at-3rd-attempt-73
Things to do – have a PLAN what you are going to with time between now and the December exam. Make sure it includes all the resources I have “starred” at the top of this AAA forum and the https://opentuition.com/forum/acca-forums/aaa-advanced-audit-and-assurance-forums
For example, in the How to tackle the AAA exam article https://opentuition.com/topic/new-article-for-aaa-students-how-to-tackle-the-acca-aaa-exam – can you see anything that you might do differently?
Or in the Read the mind article https://opentuition.com/topic/looking-for-guidance-on-marking-read-the-mind-of-an-aaa-marker – can you see where you might be wasting time writing points that earn no marks?
See this post about keeping up-to-date with technical articles https://opentuition.com/topic/technical-articles-44
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