I wanted to see what peoples thoughts would be if they were in my position.
I left University in 2015 and have since been working under a management account in a small firm. After becoming comfortable in my role i almost considered giving up on the idea of becoming chartered however, i have recently given myself a slap in the face and i am going for it! (Registered and completed the Ethics Module over the last couple weeks)
Would it be reasonable to attempt to sit the SBL exam aswell as one other exam in December 19 and then the final 2 exams in March 20... i would need to revise and study for 2 exams whilst working a full-time job also having commitments on weekends. I can find around 2-3 hours a day either before or after work to study.
I feel like i may be being impatient trying to sit 2 exams and a small voice in my head is telling me to only sit the SBL exam as December will come very fast and i haven't studied for over 3 years like i would have back in my University days. On the other hand, i'm confident if i can put my head down with enough time i would be able to achieve 2 pass marks before the year end and be half way to my goal!
Thanks for taking the time to read and hopefully share your opinion,
Sbl is a big syllabus, its actually two module combined in one, so I would advice sitting it by itself.
Although I'm not working at the moment, the plan is to sit multiple exams in Dec; SBR and ATX. It's challenging to keep up with planned schedule at the moment.
And since it's there years since you last studied I will say, gently ease back into the study routine and see how it goes from there.
All the best.