does anybody have exam tips for all ACCA papers for the next sitting? Things you might have got from your lecturers?
See attached for guidance on exam management
But guys bear in mind this is not relevant for F6 and P6.
Nothing from BPP?
Folks - this is exam management for F papers
Keep checking back - - it's updated regularly before the exams.
But what I meant was - on this website there is no tips re F6 & P6 since those are Irish variant and not UK.
But you're right about the other papers.
Lecturer at a revision course today recommended these for P3;
Competitive Strategies/Hyper Competition
Public Sector Matrix
Ifrs13 has been implemented recently So this could be likely to come up!
Whats this bazwaldo about??
I have been using it throughout this semester for F7 and F9. My lecturer is involved in the development of the technology.
For the ACCA F7 content that is freely available at www.bazwaldo.com, the 2008 and 2009 past exam papers have been modified and updated for changes in accounting standards and changes in the syllabus since the exam was first set. Out of date accounting exams and solutions can be very confusing!
This F7 content can be filtered on the search page:
The content is also dynamic - you get a new version of a numerical question and solution each time it is downloaded. The requirements of a question stay the same but the detail changes from one version to the next. So you get a fresh question each time.
IMO, colleges should make this resource available to students for F7 and for other subjects as standard. I have access to updated bazwaldo F7 and F9 content going back to 2002 for my exams.
He is a lecturer in IBAT college - F7 & P2!!! & you can bet you will only be able to get sample questions - probably have to pay to get full question & ans bank!
Hi, just wondering if anyone got any tips for the Irish variant of f4 at any course revision classes? Thanks
Have you tried the Acca website - there is a new section with video feed which may focus on a specific area of the course. The technical articles over the last 12 to 18 months can also give an indication of what might come up.
Finally - open university website has exam tips for each subject. Best of luck
10 10 point questions...you can be pretty sure the whole course will be covered!