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Has anyone managed to pass P2 in 4 weeks whilst working full time?
I’ve done a stupid thing just now; I paid for the P2 exam in this December17 sitting….I was going to take a break and take the exam in March18, but for one mad moment I took the gamble and booked it for December. AM I CRAZY?
I have heard that it is a beast!
I did pass my F7 last December.
I would be so grateful for any advice/tips.
Thank you 🙂
Have you taken any p level paper before?
It is not undoable but you will have to study very hard in the upcoming 4 weeks.
You are expected to learn plenty of knowledge on the accounting standards.
Also you need to practice a lot of consolidation questions which you can find in past papers (question 1a, a guaranteed 30/35 marks). You can barely pass if you mess up the consolidation question.
Both of the above elements are essential for getting a pass in P2.
Thank you for your comments. At least you did not say impossible.
I passed P1 last June and just passed P3 last September.
I guess I had better get on with it. Maybe I’ll gather enough knowledge to get 50%.
Did you pass P2 first time?
if you have already passed some p papers before, you should know how much knowledge you need to gather in order to have a guaranteed 50%.
Try to go through as many accounting standards as possible before start reading / practicing pass papers – it may be hard to identify the accounting issues in the questions if you don’t have the brief concepts of the standards.
Good luck to you mate. I passed all my p papers first time.
Thank you. I will need all the luck in the world. Just realised I had booked the UK version instead of international.
Now I will need a miracle:)
Respect for passing all your P papers first time, what an achievement!