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Revision f5 & f9

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Revision f5 & f9


is there any tips people can offer as i am struggling remembering the topics and finding myself needing to revisit the study texts to help with revision. Obviously i cant do this in the exams......
any suggestions would be great.


August 7th 2017 AN ACCA USER 290 Points 1 Flag

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I wouod recommend you to watch this
F5 LSBF playlist with revision

LSBF F9 Lectures latest with revision

August 8th 2017 AN ACCA USER 250 Points 1 Flag
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Read the text once and make summaries, if you don't like making summaries go to open tuition download their summarised notes and follow along with the lectures once that is done go through past question papers from 2013- present or whatever is available on the ACCA webiste. go through them at least three time per paper i can guarantee you will be ready for the exams after that.

During first revision through the past papers read the questions and answers.

The second time answer the questions and then check your answers and

During the third time answering the questions you will find out were your weakness is in the syllables

August 8th 2017 AN ACCA USER 1,060 Points
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Hello, there is nothing wrong with your tactic... heard about the experience curve or the learning curve? If u continue doing what u've doing, trust me you will pass.

I passed my exams with min. score of 65 with that technique... Just belive, do it long enough and always re-read.

And don't forget to use two publishers at a time if finance can permit that.

August 8th 2017 AN ACCA USER 160 Points
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I make an outline which consist the main topics for every part and chapter, and you may review it every day. And you may recall all the main points of knowledge every day. When taking notes you may just take down the main points for each chapter. As for the detailed ones skilled in specific exam questions.

That is my advice, hope it will help you for your exam~

August 13th 2017 AN ACCA USER 190 Points