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if i solve ALL the past paper question for AA would that be enough?
During your revision you should aim to “work through” a minimum of four, but preferably eight, “exams worth” of exam style and standard Section A and Section B questions from across the syllabus – as well as sit at least one mock exam.
To work through means to attempt in full – before comprehensively comparing your answer against the suggested answer and marking scheme – and reading the examiner’s comments to make sure you are learning how to pass this exam. You can obviously spend longer attempting a question during revision than you would have in the exam – but it’s quite useful to “rule off” your answer when the allocated time is up – so when you review your answer you can consider whether the extra time was usefully spent – also to consider whether time was wasted before you ruled off your answer.
It is better to work through fewer questions properly than to half-attempt more or merely read answers without attempting questions at all.
For more question practice than is available on the CBE practice platform you must have a current/very recent approved exam kit as ACCA does not update past paper exam questions and answers.