Well, I will only advise that whoever is sitting this June diet, in addition to the study text, should try to digest some of the examiners articles relating to the paper you wish to write. This helps a lot. Ive tried it even while I was unable to cover the whole syllabus, the articles helped me and I was able to secure a passmark.
Hi I'm preparing F7 (int) want to share experience if you are interest please email me.
I'm sitting paper F7(INT) at the June 2014 sitting. Started revising already, and looking to start exam practice in the coming weeks.
Anyone else sitting the paper in June 2014, and what stage are you at with our revision?
I'm currently using Kaplan study texts. I am also studying on my own, using the past exam papers and other resources online.
Whereabouts are you based Mariola?
I am looking to start practice papers and also share notes and experiences
Hi guys, I m also preparing for my F7 exam along with F8 and F9. I was hoping if anyone would be interested in doing combined studying or some kind.
Im currently using BPP Study text/course notes and P&R Kit. Also got online lectures for the whole thing.
So let me know. If anyone likes to set something up, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
For passing F7 you should try to go an extra mile from thr very beginning with a motivation of not just passing the paper but preparing for P2 as well because a lot of assumed knowledge for P2 comes from F7 and your hard work will pay you in both of the papers and as an Accountant this is your core subject.
Thing have changed after the introduction of MCQs where you need a sound understanding of all areas of syllabus and you need to have in depth preparation and I recommend that you try to read the study text in a week and 2 week as this will help a lot in your MCQs.
In the 2nd phase start practicing questions by getting more help from the answers to refine your understanding.
At the final level do an exam style attempt of the past paper until you feel very confident.
A day before the exam go through the passcards in a bit relax manner and give yourself positive reassurance that you would certainly do great in the exam tomorrow.
When you walk in the exam hall and the when your reading time start even if you think that this is a really difficult paper do not give up just remember that you only have these 3 hours to translate your hard work of months in this short span of time. Be determined and consistent in each and every second of your exam hours and you would be surprised at the end of the exam that you have performed better than your expectation when you had a first glance on the question sheet.