- January 10, 2020 at 1:27 pm
Is it managable to write 4 exams in a siting ?January 10, 2020 at 2:58 pm
not sure if ACCA lets you do 4 sitting in 1 goJanuary 11, 2020 at 4:50 am
Is it managable to write 4 exams in a siting ?
Well, personally I don’t think it is manageable.
I’m assuming you potentially must have got some exemptions for your ACCA exams and might be a newbie ( I’m just assuming so I could be wrong!)
I’m saying this because students who have given ACCA exams know how hard it is to prepare for and pass even if it is just 1 paper.
I hate to break it to you but ACCA exams are hard and not like University exams.
They require students to give ample time for preparation and even more for practising questions. Failing to do either of this, that pass will be out of reach.
Personally, I rarely recommend students to give 2 exams in a single sitting. So in that case from my end, 4 papers in one sitting is just out of the question!
And let me make this clear, I’m not judging anyone’s ability to put in the hardwork. In fact, I appreciate your confidence. However, it is an extremely risky thing to do. And chances of a pass in all 4 is very low.
Even if you block all the social life and just study 24/7 that may not be enough to dedicate sufficient time to all of the 4 papers!
As an ACCA student myself, I will advise you take it steadily and at the most go with 2 papers (at the most!) per sitting (though I prefer just 1 paper)
The whole idea is to give yourself enough time to prepare in order to secure a good first time pass.
I have seen many bright students sitting for several attempts in order to get that 50 and they end up in this situation by overcommitting themselves to many papers.
Hope this helps.January 11, 2020 at 4:52 amJanuary 13, 2020 at 1:26 pm
is there any limit for appearing for papers in a single siting ie max 2 papers?January 13, 2020 at 4:56 pm
is there any limit for appearing for papers in a single siting ie max 2 papers?
This should answer your query
However, in a year a student can’t sit for more than 8 papers.
You can find this in the following link as well
Hope this helps
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