- October 1, 2012 at 6:21 am
I have my one final exam to go. I sat for P6 in the last attempt and I failed by 1 mark, got the administrative review done and they told me that I had passed 3 out of 4 questions yet still failed. 🙂
Anyway, my eventual goal is ICAEW and I am aiming for full exemptions in ICAEW. My training period for ACCA is finished so all I need to do is pass one exam to get this degree.
Now I am trying to figure out which one to take. P4 or P5 or P6? I did well in both F5 and F9 (getting 70+ marks in both). But I just want to make sure that this is the final attempt, I wanna be done with this 🙂 So your advice will be appreciated.October 1, 2012 at 8:42 am
Hi Mufakir ,
Well, at your place i would sit P6 again due to two big reasons :
1) You already attempted this exam and almost passed. And considering that very few time is left till exam …studying whole new P level paper from zero will be a nightmare.
2) P6 is way easier (to my opinion) then P5 and absolutely easier then P4.
P4 exam has a very enthusiastic examiner ….well most people i know hate him alot 🙂
As for P5 ..well it’s gonna be hard. Seriously it will be.
Of course u can attempt it , but i believe your highest chances lie in P6.
good luckOctober 2, 2012 at 3:26 am
If you want maximum exemption from ICAEW then you have to pass P6
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