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Any one Doing P6 , P7 in this june 2014 ?? please tell best strategy for preparing P7 ??

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Any one Doing P6 , P7 in this june 2014 ?? please tell best strategy for preparing P7 ??

Hi , i want to know the best stragety to prepare for P7 ,

May 1st 2014 AN ACCA USER 1,280 Points

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Hello!
For P7 you need the industry knowledge, which you can get either by working in a relevant role or by practicing past papers as much as you can.
The more past papers you attempt the brighter will be the chances of passing.

May 1st 2014 AN ACCA USER 460 Points
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The best thing to do is practise pass exam question as much as possible, P7 exams tend to repeat it self a lot also make you sure you are tight with your time management before June.

May 1st 2014 AN ACCA USER 180 Points
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i am doing only p6 - so what r u doing- ur revision mode / method etc - formuls u r learing etc
May 1st 2014 AN ACCA USER 490 Points
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the main thing is how to prepare for , I am doing past papers , but problem is where to start revision.

I am done with  Reporting , Review engagement , other assurance services

now doing RISK -  but its looking very tricky...
May 1st 2014 AN ACCA USER 1,280 Points
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I am also preparing for P7 for June Exam Sitting. However, I discovered that to pass P7 one do not only need the knowledge but also the application of such knowledge is highly required. P7 is a practical paper such that your answer should be based on the scenario in the question so as to portray your professionalism as a chartered accountant. In a nutshell, to pass P7 practice, practice and practice past question papers as much as you can because P7 questions over the sittings tended to look alike.

May 1st 2014 AN ACCA USER 2,400 Points
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Attempting a lot of past papers and time management is what counts for p7 and practice for p6
May 1st 2014 AN ACCA USER 9,230 Points
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Agree with that..

I am following this way..

First Attempt by my self
then Match with examiner answer
Find out differences

and then attempt again
May 1st 2014 AN ACCA USER 1,280 Points
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