- April 12, 2010 at 6:07 pm
Dear friends, I wonder if you could give me some advice regarding my situation… I am working full time and I wanted very much to start studying with ACCA. I failed twice F2, first time at paper based and second time CBE. I really tried hard and i really studied a lot along with the lectures I took part time at a college. I don’t have any accounting backround and from the college they told me to move on with F3 (one thing I regret) most probably because they needed more people to start the class. I don’t really feel like relying with the lecturers in the college for advice, they are not helpful at all! I lost a lot of time from studying for F3 because I was studying for F2, resulting failing 2nd time F2 and loosing time for F3 studying. F3 exams are next June and I don’t know if I will be able to be prepared for that….
Now I feel very stressed and disappointed from myself and I’m wondering if it’s worth to keep on pushing myself when I find these first subjects so difficult for me and if I will be able to cope with the rest subjects even if I manage to pass these two. Correct me if I’m wrong.
Please help me! I don’t know what I should do… I really want to find a way to continue. Maybe I didn’t start the right way… Do you thing I should start from F1? Do you have any suggestions for me?
Any advice is appreciated…
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