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Going to attempt AFM in March 22, haven’t really gone over my studies since university about 4 years ago so it’s not really fresh in my head. I’ve worked as an acconts assistance for the 4 years but mainly just posting invoices and chasing payments etc. simple tasks. I assume I’ll be able to commit 214 hours revision before my March 22 exam if I start studying at the start of December. I was wondering if anyone else in the same boat as me with the lack of university knowledge still in their heads feel like 214 hours study time is enough?
This is very much a how long is a piece of string type of question. I doubt very much if anyone can give you a precise number of hours you will need to study. I would suggest given information that you supply that around 214 hours COULD be enough. However, official guidelines for study suggest 400 hours of study. A lot is dependent on effectiveness of said study. Hope this helps.