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- March 5, 2016 at 12:46 am #303505siimiMember
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I am doing Acca now.i do not have account background so it is very difficult for me to pass exams. I am giving f6 again in March but don’t think I can pass.
Is there any solution.March 5, 2016 at 2:25 am #303507AnonymousInactive
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You don’t need an accounting background to pass ACCA exams.
There are many examples of students from different backgrounds who started studying ACCA.
Did you watch all the F6 lectures along with course notes here on Opentuition?
Did you practice from an approved updated revision kit?
Ask for help from the ACCA forums and Ask ACCA tutor forum for F6?
Did you read the examiner’s report and technical articles?March 5, 2016 at 1:43 pm #303601IsabelleMember
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I don’t know the percentages, but ACCA has loads and loads of students who don’t have an accounting background. I did a zoology degree which is about as far removed from accountancy as you can get!
I know F6 is supposed to be one of the harder modules. Its just so so much learning and whilst none of the concepts are particular hard, its a lot to memorise. I say this as I’m currently studying it myself.
You must have already passed F1-F3 to be studying F6, so you know you can do this. Its just a bit of a stepup.
I’m only a couple of weeks into it (taking exam in June), but I’ve found the kapln books really helpful.
If theres a topic your stuck on you can ask for help here. But I said either BPP or kaplan for exam practise is a really good idea.
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