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Hi, so I’ve been out of uni for 3/4 years and not really gone over any of my uni stuff in that time, just went straight into a purchase ledger clerk job.
I’m attempting ACCA now, going to try the SBR exam and I’m a little worried about the amount of uni knowledge I have lost. I was wondering if I would be able to get away with only studying FR and SBR lectures/workbooks to pass the SBR exam? (this is me assuming a lot of FA is covered again in FR).
Or do you think I should study all three levels FA, FR and SBR in the 3month period before the exam?
No – don’t worry about the FA.
But a couple of weeks on FR would be time well spent.
EXCEPT remember that SBR has few calculations – so concentrate on the words rather than the numbers in FR.