- November 9, 2018 at 2:19 pm
Just looking to see if anyone has done two professional exams in one sitting while working full time??
How did they find it???November 9, 2018 at 2:49 pm
Well, personally would NOT recommend doing 2 papers per sitting in any level of ACCA whether fundamental or professional. Unless is a necessity (like the 7 year time limit is ending)
I have had the experience of giving 3 fundamental papers in 1 sitting ( Thank God passed though… Phew!) but that was last since then I have been doing 1 paper per sitting.
I believe that secures higher chances of a good first time pass. As you get more time to focus and prepare well.
And then on top if anyone is working full time… It is a big NO.
But again this is just a personal opinion!
Hope that helps.November 9, 2018 at 7:32 pm
I self studied afm and apm in one sitting while working full time.
It isn’t difficult, you need to be committed and a clear plan. Throw your textbooks in the bin, read the examiners reports and practice every single past question for the left 8 papers minimum and you will pass easy.
I managed to get my highest marks in these last papers. My exam technique on papers prior to this was terrible and in hindsight I wasted too much time reading the text book and barely any on the past questions.
Also, a lot of people will discourage you from sitting 2 papers (see post above). Ignore them.
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