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- April 26, 2022 at 11:28 am #654443ZeesaanMember
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I’m looking for some advice, I have been an accountant now for around 8 years, and have managed to get myself into a good position in my career as a FBP, however, I am not qualified, I have exemptions from the 1st 3 ACCA exams, however, its been so long since I have done any studying, that I don’t even know where to start anymore. I can no longer make excuses for myself of ‘Its not the right time’, if I want to punch through the ceiling that I find myself trapped underneath, I need to work toward qualification.
My question for you all is, how do you approach exams? What is the best strategy, what has worked for you and what hasn’t? Which exams are best in pairs, and how did your timetable work with studying and working?
I am aware that I may not have a social life, which is fine by me, plenty of time to socialise after I get qualified!
Any help will be GREATLY appreciated.
Thank you for taking your time to read and for your response in advance!April 26, 2022 at 5:32 pm #654455Kim SmithKeymaster
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Welcome to our forums!
You will see some “sticky posts” (with a * and highlighted in yellow at the topic of this forum) such as “Never Give Up”, “How I passed all 5 ACCA P-Levels in 6 Months—Tips/tricks for the disheartened” and a recently “super-sticky post” (highlighted pink) “My ACCA journey: 12 exams in ~1.5 years”.
As you are starting out – I recommend to you on the ACCA opening
page https://opentuition.com/acca – immediately below the list of exams there is a section “Plan your ACCA Exam Journey” – this comprehensive article cover also looks at the best exam combinations.
You may also find relevant posts here on this New to ACCA forum https://opentuition.com/forum/acca-forums/new-to-acca
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