- January 14, 2012 at 2:57 pm
which way i should attempted F4; according to achieve a great marks.January 15, 2012 at 5:09 pm
This is not a question for “Ask the tutor”!!
My answer, start working on F4 yesterday. Read the study text, and then read it again. Then start into the revision kit. Having tried all the questions from the revision kit, then do them all again and, in particular, re-read the study text in those areas where your first attempt at the revision kit question was not good.
Then re-read the study text and listen to the OT video / audio lectures. Whilst listening / watching, have your study text open and simultaneously re-try the revision kit questions.
How can I possibly answer this question! Individual students learn best in their individual ways. Personally, I could never have studied the way I have just recommended 🙁 …… but others can ( and do! )
Watch / listen to the OT lectures, join the F4 forum, start a study group or find a study buddy.
If it were me, I would take a lazy way out of this and read the revision kit questions and answers.
But I would do this multiple times – 4 , 5, 6 …..times – as many times as I could. I would have a study text available by my side and would look up any sections / points which I found to be “interesting” or even “confusing”
But, I’m sorry, it’s each one to their own – whatever floats your boat.
But feel free to post again – I’m always ready / happy to give helpful adviceFebruary 1, 2012 at 3:05 pm
Thanks sir for your response. But here i am unable to found F4 global video or audio lecture. How i will got this?February 3, 2012 at 5:09 pm
If you look at past exams from the ACCA website, you’ll find that Global variant and English variant have a lot in common, so the lectures are not totally inappropriate.
In addition, there is an up-dated set of Global variant notes on the OT site.
Keep posting, and watch out on the site for study groups after the exam results are announced next week.
Are you from Belarus? ( aznobelruz ? )
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