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I passed the F1 exam and passed it with good results. First of all, a big thank you to the opentuition site and also a big thank you to my tutor Ken Garrett. Your help has helped me a lot.
Fantastic news! Very well done. Onwards and upwards.
Thanks for your kind words and for letting me know about your result.
Alf Sparks is a manager of a small team designing and building a new management information system. The various levels of management that will be using the system will all have different information requirements but the qualities of good information are the same at each level. He is describing these qualities to his team.
Which of the following would be included in his explanation?
A (i), (ii) and (iii)
B (ii), (iii) and (iv)
C (i), (ii) and (iv)
D (i), (iii) and (iv)
I want to know why the “comprehensive”is true in the BPP Interactive Text but it is fault at here,thanks.
I assume that the BPP text uses the ‘ACCURATE’ mnemonic and onw of the ‘Cs’ is complete/comprehensive.
The question above might be quibbling about whether everyone at different levels require information to be comprehensive ie do they need to know everything? They don’t but the information needs to be sufficiently complete or comprehensive for them to do their job – indeed that is the only measure of comprehensive.
Don’t worry about the question: it’s bad.