QUOTE(DeVGF @ May 29 2010, 09:05 PM)
Nice information you got there, so memorizing the textbook won't guarantee a pass in your ACCA right? I like that
Exams should be like this, not like SPM , where you just read and memorize everything in the book and copy paste everything you memorized.
Hopefully I'll be able to cope with ACCA, how about the part 2 of ACCA, are they tough or just okay.
ACCA & SPM are totally two different things, cant compare SPM to ACCA. unless you compare ACCA with a degree.
like what topace have mentioned, part 3 is the brutal part to kill a lot of people.
the question can come out in a lot of different way that we never seen before, and that's the reason, most of the students who got their exemption in f papers, die here, same goes with the students all the way from F papers.
since the ACCA syllabus changed, part 2 becomes quite difficult too. the killing papers in F level will be f5, f8 and so f9.
if you comes from CAT, it will help you very much in these killing papers.
Added on June 14, 2010, 4:15 pm
QUOTE(cLone1991 @ Jun 9 2010, 11:46 AM)
usually how many papers will the candidate take in one sittings?
some papers need to be taken at one sitting.is that true? which papers?
the max papers can be entered are 4 papers, so normally they take 2-3 papers, unless you are very SMART, then go for four papers.
what did you meant by take at one sitting? or you mean pass in the 1st sitting in another way round?
perhaps that's accounting paper (f7 and p2) and tax paper (f6 and p6).
because those will standards will be revised every year, so the safest way is to clear that paper in the 1st attempt.
Added on June 14, 2010, 4:21 pm
QUOTE(juijui @ Jun 10 2010, 08:41 PM)
english and add maths need to be very good..
but my maths is very very poor.can say i know nothing in maths!!
not really that your maths must be good.
you must have a good understanding on how to play the "games"
practice more questions will help you on this.
Added on June 14, 2010, 4:24 pm
QUOTE(cLone1991 @ Jun 11 2010, 12:57 PM)
The things taught in CAT will be learned again in ACCA?
I mean they will cover the topics again?
same things will be appeared in level 2, but more details.
when you come to level 3, it straightaway goes into depth.
so your roots must be sustained enough in order to survive in ACCA.
Added on June 14, 2010, 4:25 pm
QUOTE(Topace111 @ Jun 11 2010, 11:07 PM)
ACCA fun comes when case study comes into play. Can bluff all the way.
perhaps this applies in my p3 exam in the coming wednesday. haha
Added on June 14, 2010, 4:28 pm
QUOTE(alsree786 @ Jun 14 2010, 01:38 AM)
haha, that's interesting..
but well, I did tembak a whole lot for my ACCA exam...
For me, ACCA is not difficult to pass
should consider to take ICAEW then. hahaThis post has been edited by kelvinbadroyal: Jun 14 2010, 04:28 PM