- March 21, 2013 at 5:13 pm
F6 is predominantly about RULES… And Knowing/understanding and applying those rules is, as I’ve heard, the key to passing F6. May i therefore ask if there are any suggestions, ideas and tips on how to go about actually preparing for (and obviously passing) the exam, seeing there are lots of rules to know?
I know that cramming the rules is an obvious tip, however I would like to know if there are other useful ways of mastering or learning the rules in order to correctly apply them to the various aspects of the exam question. Or if there are just other general advice that can be offered toward active reading and ultimately passing.
I wish I could ask this question in a more simpler way than this, but I can’t. If anyone gets my drift, and knows a thing or two on how to smash F6, kindly throw in your input.
Thanks in advance!March 22, 2013 at 8:55 am
The best idea I can recommend is to get the proformas right then gradually find harder questions that throw in more rules at you.
As long as you get the proformas set out correctly the rest will follow!March 23, 2013 at 12:46 am
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