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hello sir, im attempting f7 in this march. can you guide me on how to approach the exam. I have got 20 days more. i am aiming for just passing marks( not really fond of this subject)
You need to have created a detailed study plan to ensure that you cover all aspects of the syllabus. Some of the key areas are those around revenue, leases, financial instruments. On top of this you need to fully understand the basics of group accounting and be comfortable with the analysis and interpretation of financial statements.
Once you have studied the key areas then you will need to ensure that during the revision phase you practise the recent past exam papers under exam conditions, i.e. to time and without using your notes.
Good luck with the preparation and I’d try to get to like the subject as you see more of it during SBR, so it isn’t going away any time soon.