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July 18, 2012 at 2:10 pm #53784kutiez2005
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Hi, I hope someone can help with this one. I don’t have the funds available to be able to go to college so I have to rely on self studying my way through the ACCA qualification.
So far I have completed the first stage, F1 – 72%, F2 – 80%, F3 – 74% and FIP – 52% so I have been able to successfully self study so far.
I have chosen to study taxation at this stage and I need to choose one more but am struggling. I’d like to choose this one (F4) but am worrying that I won’t be able to answer the questions in enough depth to pass it. I am concerned that whilst practising I won’t really be able to guage whether my answers fit what the examiners are looking for so I won’t have an idea of what kind of mark I am achieving or what I need to work on.
Has anyone else had this problem? Would it be more sensible for me to attempt the more calculation based modules first and come back to this one when I have found a job that will help to fund college time?
Any advice will be much appreciated, thanks.August 14, 2012 at 8:10 am #102037Guari
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I was wondering if i could askk you for help.
I am currenlty studying my F3 as self study i have been unsuccessful once so i will be doing it again computer based in September. Could you tell me how you succeed please for F3
Also how did you prepare for the FIP module? as i want to finsih that as well please.
I have had all my nine objectives filled if you need help with that i would be happy to help.
Your help you give me will be much aprreciated as i need to pass F3 in September.
I look forward to hearing from you.
ThanksSeptember 28, 2012 at 3:41 pm #102038latoyah
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@kutiez2005, I am having the same issue, I passes the first three doing two computer base and now to write the F4 paper I fear I may have an issue with writing the answers in a manner that will ensure success.
@vaishaalee, taking the time to study the entire text and listen to opentuition lectures (they usually clear up areas any misunderstanding that you have) and practice the questions in their question bank. That is what worked for me with F2 and F1. For F3 I studied the text and past questions only but i am very comfortable with that topic.
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