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- December 8, 2021 at 11:12 pm #643306SaifMember
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I’ve had a bit of a break from studying and the last exam I sat was in July 2019. I aim to sit the SBR March 22′ exam and realise a lot of underlying knowledge is required for this exam, specifically learning content from Financial Reporting which I sat in 2018.
So yeah I need to get back into the swing of things and would like some guidance on what’s the best and most efficient way of re-learning this assumed knowledge. What methods are peers using? Where do I look for quick re-cap? Roughly how long does it take you to be confident enough to start the SBR learning material. Any links and useful resources will be very helpful.
I have tried out the self check quizzes on ACCA and embarrassed to say I’m just about scraping 40%. Just goes to show that you should stick with it and keep the momentum going exam after exam rather than taking a huge break.
Really appreciate your suggestions, thanks!December 9, 2021 at 5:50 am #643343mrjonbainModerator
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I think the best way would be to first of all use the notes and lectures on this site. I believe in the SBR lectures, that some revision of previous material relevant to topic in hand is given. If this is not enough, you can always go back to previous lectures and notes from financial reporting and financial accounting. I strongly suggest you read the following thread by someone that has passed SBR in similar circumstances and gives their personal learning strategy for passing exam –
Hope this helps.
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