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How much practicing for F1 do I need? I do a self-study.

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July 26th 2016 AN ACCA USER 120 Points

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Look for a study partner a serious one, for u not to b lazy, and do as many practice question as possible under exam condition, ,

April 1st 2017 AN ACCA USER 240 Points
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Hey Emilija,
Hope you are doing well. I recently gave my f1 paper and scored well , this paper is all about how much you understand the stuff!
I can suggest you the following sources, which can help you, as you are doing self study:

  1. You can take Kaplan and Bpp book. Kaplan is more clear cut , however Bpp has depth of concepts.
  2. After understanding the concepts , u need to practice!
  3. Solve Kaplan exam kit , Test your understandings (given in the book).
  4. For more understanding you can visit London school of business and finance lectures on youtube , they are really helpful.
  5. The more you practice the scenarios , the more you have chances of Getting Ahead!!!!!

Cheers!"
Kinza!

July 27th 2016 AN ACCA USER 140 Points
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Hi,
I have attempted F1 recently on the basis of self study. So as per my experience just read kaplan book throughly ,understand each and every concept and then solve bpp kit, opentution and ACCA mock. That would help to faĺl the victory in your basket.

Goodluck ☺

August 3rd 2016 AN ACCA USER 150 Points
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Good Morning - I passed F1 a few years ago, but as well as the other comments, go through the revision kit book twice at least and do as many questions as possible from the Open Tuition site, as well as the ACCA own mock exams etc.

Remember that it is multi-choice...so anything can turn up in the exam.

Hope that helps.

August 3rd 2016 AN ACCA USER 200 Points
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