The basis of your exemptions is that you will have gained the knowledge from papers F1 – F4 from your university degree, so a certain level of competency is expected when you achieve your B.com. Don’t spend your time worrying about papers F5 – F9 while still studying for your degree. The first step in any challenge is believing you are competent enough to try; it’s … Continue reading Readers’ Questions
Having made the decision to register or re-register with the ACCA, do not start your registration on impulse. Before you begin your online application, ensure that: Continue reading “ACCA Registration: Counting the cost”
The results for the December 2014 exams are out, I had a phone call from a very disappointed student who is in shock because he didn’t pass papers F9 and P1. In his words: Continue reading “Dealing with exam results”
Q: I always have problems paying for my exams. Not that I don’t have money persay, but I never have money when I need it for the exams, and this often affects my exam preparations. I hope this was an issue for you. Continue reading “Reader’ Question No. 10: Funding your ACCA habit.”
The holidays are well and truly over, and if you are taking exams in June, now is the right time to get preparing. Draw up a study plan, make other necessary preparations, and start studying effectively.
No man is an island, and having someone to study with can be part of effective studying, and for some, the encouragement needed to go through with professional (and other) exams.
A study buddy ideally is a fellow student taking the same exam(s) as you, and as such, you both can learn together, plan, and encourage each other. The study buddy partnership should be one that benefits all parties. Continue reading “STUDY BUDDY – To have or not to have?”