the best way is to master IAS and then go for past exam papers and revision kits. Dec 2013 Q1 was a cash flow, June 2014 Q1 was a consolidated IS, then there is very good chance of CSFP in Dec 2014 exam. I recommend that you spend more time on practicing CSFP and just brief over view the cash flow statement and Income statement. You must be able to write, in P2 this is the key. Try to practice writing in timed conditions and then check your answers to see how close you are. In P2 there is no perfect answer when it comes to discussion. It is up to you how you analyse the scenario, if your discussion is revolving around the IAS, you will get marks.
If you study online you must watch the videos again.
Discussion on IAS's and IFRS's is the only way to pass P2. Discussion Discussion and Discussion only.