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I’m due to start the Strategic level in the next few months pending I pass my Case Study. I’m wondering if there is any specific order I should sit each of the modules where I found learning certain formulas in F2 helped my P2 studies.
Also I had a quick peek at the P3 notes supplied by yourself, and was wondering if this module is heavily formula/calculation driven like P2 as this was an area I originally struggled with. Looking at the notes there only seems to be a few instances where calculations are included such as deviations and linear regression. Is this the case with the module where it is more analysis and interpretation driven rather than workings/calculations/formula etc. ?
Or if P3 is full of calculations am I best brushing up on the areas I struggled in P2? As some of the info on your notes seem similar to P2 calculations/formulas?
There are very few calculations in P3. There used to be more, but they were moved to F3 (which already had lots).
There is relatively little ovrelap between P2 and P3.
I don’t think there is a ‘best order’ for the strategic exams.