what: discussion/study group
area: UK wide, purely because of the syllabus content and time zones
mode of communication: Skype
frequency: depends, but at least 3x week
duration of each session: max 2 hours as time is super precious!
Thu: FT\Telegraph - current affairs discussion (20 - 30 min each)
size: 3-5 participants so that everyone gets a chance to present back to the group and that there is time to feedback
how to derive the most?: discussion point. :-)
1. revision - BPP revision kits
2. current affairs (UK)
Let's face it the whole beauty of accountancy, and yes it is beautiful, lies in application of logic and principals which, let's face it, are quite hard to comprehend and worst of all to remember. (the worst is when you really understood the logic behind say consolidation only to find out that you
forgotten it all next time you come to do it, hence practice, practice, practice...makes perfect.)
Current affairs - This is something that I feel genuinely passionate about and would love to do this in a group. BHS, SportsDirect, Stanley Gibbons and countless
others. I feel however that if I was to research it by myself, it would take me forever, a task impossible, so here I propose a structured approach with each
group participant having a 'chunk' of the overall research, which could be published online with all authors/contributors credits, thus enhancing your own
I am currently studying F7 and F8 for Sep exams. BTW this combination is a really good one, for all of you undecided ones out there.
I am really eager to hear from all of you, and look forward to passing together.
PS: Please note that this is not a sales pitch or a some sort of a scam, but rather a genuine attempt to establish a quality discussion group.
'If you want to move quickly, move alone, if you to move effectively the move in a group.'