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Is taking the F2 and F3 exam in one session a good plan? Im a full time student....is this doable?

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January 27th 2016 AN ACCA USER 490 Points

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Easily doable, particularly if you are not working. I did all my F papers 2 at a time whilst working full time in London. You've just got to be strict on yourself..

January 30th 2016 AN ACCA USER 520 Points
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January 29th 2016 AN ACCA USER 420 Points
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Thank you! Well i do work 50% but I have have this insecure feeling before exams. I study every single day for around 6 hours, and even though I have studied so much, I still feel discouraged. I have dyslexia, and I guess my lack of self confidence is because of this. Any tips you can give me?

February 1st 2016 AN ACCA USER 490 Points
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Dyslexia! Oh wow, good for you. I can't imagine how much harder that would be. These exams are already hard enough!

Tips, hmmm... For me, I summarise each chapter/key concepts onto 1 page (or 2) and then stick that page onto my bedroom wall, so that I can easily refer to it. I also work to a plan counting backwards from the exam day, so I know what I have to cover and how much time I have to cover it. The weekend before the exam I make sure I do full exams under exam conditions and highlight any tricky areas I still need to work on.

It's all about practice I reckon (and of course understanding what's going on). I think if you practice enough exam questions, you get used to how they are presented and they become less scary. If you fail (we've all been there), try not to get to down on yourself, learn from it and go at it again next sitting.

Also, do the question based days (QBD) if you can, at one of the colleges like Kaplan or LSBF. They're really good and will highlight both your strengths and weaknesses.

I hope that helps?

February 2nd 2016 AN ACCA USER 520 Points
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Heya, thank you so much for your tips :) I made a small booklet, where I wrote all the key points that I need to remember for the exam :P Also learning with Q cards. What doesn't make it easier is that I live in Switzerland and my nearest CBE center is in England so I have to fly back and forth :( but ill defiantly keep on practicing, learn my notes and Q cards and hopefully ill be alright :) Thank you again for taking the time to write back!

February 3rd 2016 AN ACCA USER 490 Points
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i would suggest u take All 3 papers (F1, 2 &3) at a time as you are a full time student.because it is easily possible if u study seriously with full determination. & it will also save your time rather than take them individually.best of luck :)

February 12th 2016 AN ACCA USER 520 Points
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