All ACCA Papers are time pressured. There are two things that normally help me with the issue of Time Management. 1. I practice past examination papers under examination condition. 2. I restrict myself to the time allocation for each question in the exam hall. For example, you have 3hrs to write the entire paper that suggest that you have exactly 180 minutes to answer all the questions in the examination paper you are sitting and for every mark you need to spend about 1.8 minutes to earn a mark. In my own approach I programme myself to spend just 1.5 minutes to earn a mark and the balance of 3 seconds will assist me to prove read my answers to correct where there are mistakes. Paper P7 is a high level paper and you will be required to behave in the exam hall as if you are a Manager in and Audit Firm. So the pressure is just too much. However, my technique is that once the time I allocated to the question is finished I automatically left that question for another one.
There is no short cut to all these without practicing because as the saying goes, practice make perfect. All the best in the examination.
Totally agree with Muhammad T elomi. Attempting past papers under artificial exam conditions at your own home prepares you for the final day.
Write 1.7 minute for each marks