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What is the best way to study for Professional exams of ACCA? In F levels I studied with Opentuition videos, attempted the MCQs for each chapter. Now there are no MCQs. So are we to wait till all videos are done to start the revision kit or should we try questions for each chapter from the revision kit after completing respective chapters? What is the suggested method here?
Reading whole textbook is a difficult task!
I can best advise for AAA – and if you have any questions about AAA do please find me on the Ask the AAA tutor forum.
You don’t need to read a text book – our “notes” and lectures are sufficient for a period of study that should put you in a position of then being able to attempt Qs in a kit. 50-mark Qs in particular cover multiple syllabus areas – they don’t map to chapters – so you should aim to complete a phase of study as expeditiously as possible and then it’s practice, practice, practice!
If you want to break up your study with some question practice and you have a study text, you will find practice Qs matched to chapters there – you may like to have a study text for reference but especially at this level AAA is all application and skills rather than knowledge.
It’s slightly different with SBR because there are some Qs that are more specific to individual topics – the contents pages of the kit should guide you to Qs that you might be able to attempt before you finish a study phase.