The ACCA Learning Community
Learning Channels

Hi, I am sitting P1 exam for the first time. What is the best way to prepare for it? Which books/notes should I get?

0 Votes
January 7th 2018 AN ACCA USER

2 Replies

+3 Votes


I would recommend you to use though. Instead of any books, use the online material from them and also from ACCA website. Personally, I was not introduced to until my P2, which was a shame. It's really useful and easy!

I used to aid in my P2 exam and later I used it to self study my P7. I get both passed in my first attempt, but not a world prize winner of course, still I earn 72 on P2, 63 on P7, that's more than enough for me(all I wanted was 50!).

You may try to browse it first, Richard offers really good insights and the note is straightforwardly understandable. The price for the course is cheaper than attending a class in a physical classroom. The quiz is the best, you can always access the quiz when you are bored, in a transit or any where you can be, it helps you to memorize, remember and understand better for the syllabus.

Plus, there's only 2 more sittings(Mar 2018 & Jun 2018) for you to attempt for P1 and P3 before they introduce the revolutionary change to the syllabus on Sep 2018.

All the best!

January 9th 2018 AN ACCA USER
+1 Vote

Yes, I was going to sit P1 paper but then P1 and P3 are merging into one paper from September 2018.

January 9th 2018 AN ACCA USER
88 student(s) online now