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Please what are the changes to the way acca p7 is examined?
Please see my first response (June 11) to a similar post here https://opentuition.com/topic/p7-sep-18-preparetion/
“Please DO read the information that is out there to support you. The “approach to examining the syllabus” in the syllabus and study guide states that Q1 will be set at the planning stage of the audit. Look at Q1 of the Specimen – there are 20 marks for evaluating audit risk.
Also in the approach to examining “One question will always predominantly come from syllabus section E, and consequently candidates should be prepared to answer a question relating to completion, review and reporting …” going on to say that you may be asked “critique an auditor’s report”. This topic cannot be avoided – you must study them – a candidate would not fail an exam entirely due to having giving the “wrong” audit opinion because there will be marks will be for the justification/explanation (see Q2(b)(ii) of the Specimen)”
Can you please attach the links of where I can get paragraph ones information and where you got the information from paragraph 2??
With the new structure of ACCA’s website I recommend you bookmark this page https://www.accaglobal.com/gb/en/student/exam-support-resources.html
Select ACCA Qualification and a menu of exams appears.
Select your exam and it will take you to all the resources.
The “Approach to examining the syllabus” is in the syllabus and study guide – this is a direct link to the Int version https://www.accaglobal.com/content/dam/acca/global/PDF-students/acca/p7/studyguides/aaa-int-sg-sept18-jun19.pdf
You will find the information I quoted between the Detailed syllabus page and the Study Guide pages.