- April 30, 2020 at 2:08 pm
First of all,I would like to mention how you are an amazing lecturer and that how im so glad to have found you as you have a talent of making everything understandable,so thankyou.
Sir,I am planning to attempt my financial accounting paper soon and I needed your guidance.. I hope you can help me out!
I wanted to know if opentuition and studying the revision kit properly is enough to pass? And can you please tell me what all should I be refering in order to pass this subject?
And also,can you please tell me how many times should I attempt the revision kit for being prepared for the exam?
Thankyou sir for your valuable time, please do guide me on how to study or take this exam as its my very first exam of ACCA..
It would be amazing if you could reply and guide me as you are my hope for ACCA,thankyou.April 30, 2020 at 4:07 pm
Watching our free lectures together with the free lectures that go with them is a complete course and cover everything needed to pass the exam well.
When you have finished your studying (and attempted our short online tests on each chapter) then start working through your Revision Kit attempting every question and learning from your mistakes.
Do not write the answers in your Revision Kit because when you have worked through it once then work through it again to make sure that you have learned from your mistakes (and if you have written the answers in the Kit then you already know the answer!!!).
The attempt the mock exams in your Revision Kit in the allocated time (because a huge problem in the real exam is being used to the time pressure) and also work through the sample exams on the ACCA website so as to get used to the way you answer the real exam on the computer.May 10, 2020 at 1:32 pm
I’ve completed my f1 paper and I’m about to write financial accounting paper..I have a small doubt
What’s meant by breakup value of an asset and
What do you mean by this sentence
“The main significance of the going concern concept is that the assets should not be valued at their break up value ”
Kindly help me out sirMay 10, 2020 at 3:29 pm
In future, please open a new thread when you are asking about a different topic.
The break-up value is the amount we could sell the asset for if the company was to close down and all the assets were being sold off separately (which would mean selling them cheaper – the assets are worth more when part of a business that is earning profits).
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