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    (Original post by bahonsi)
    On the ACCA website Now am confused. I checked my university and course on the website and it showed the exemptions for the course in general as I don't finish university until 2017 will that apply to me? My course is Financial economics with Accounting. Birkbeck university of London
    If you are interested in joining ACCA, and have not yet started an online application or given your details to anyone at ACCA, I can take a few details from you just now which will assist you when you are ready to apply. It will also allow ACCA to send you some useful information, including careers advice, study tips and a free electronic magazine.

    I would give your details to ACCA and you would get access with all ACCA information through the sources listed below.

    ACCA may also use your contact details to send you other helpful information. ACCA may do this by email, mail, or telephone and will provide the option to opt out from receiving communications. I and ACCA will not pass your details on to any 3rd parties.

    If you hesitate to post your details here, send me a PM as I can get ACCA to contact you via email.

    List the,
    Your name, date of birth, mobile telephone number and email address?
    ACCA would normally contact you by email if they need to but if you do leave your mobile number ACCA may also use this.


    Finally, if you still have doubt, you can clarify your doubts with ACCA at https://acca.whoson.com/chat/chatsta...obal.com&SID=2
    If this link doesn't open, type on google : ACCA online chat live support
    You would have to see this-> ACCA Live Chat - WhosOn
    Click it and start your conversation with ACCA and they would let you know the exemptions you qualify for exactly which is what I have mentioned you above.
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    (Original post by bahonsi)
    Yes I didn't finish my Bio med degree but now on a Finance degree, I wanted to know if it will be possible to sit the exams am not exempted from while on my current degree just so I don't have to sit that many exams when I finish my degree. Am guessing that isn't the case.
    See, as you are just are a university student and not yet a graduate, if you plan to do ACCA now you won't get any exemption you have to begin ACCA from the beginning. If you graduate and then do ACCA you get confirmed 3 exemptions (possibly 4 if you do the Auditing module).
    Being a current student at university and studying towards ACCA you will get no exemptions and have to sit all ACCA exam papers.

    It's up to you to choose to do ACCA before or after graduating.

    If that isn't your case, please explain me in complete detail about your query and I'll resolve the issue.

    May I have your email address, date of birth, and email address so I can register you with ACCA Magazine which emails you students all information updates and more about ACCA.? If hesitating to post here, send me a PM with these details and once I register you, I will inform you.
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    (Original post by Sena5)
    Is there a branch I can study ACCA in the USA?
    Well, I have no accounting background so learning with a tuition provider enables and motivates me to study.

    What is the fees at BPP because when I calculate the fees, it complicates me. As an international student, I would like to learn ACCA Professional papers. What is the fees fr the papers including the course fees?

    What is the fees for ACCA at LSBF including the course fees?

    As for both universities, can I work part-time whilst studying full-time ACCA at university?
    Hi Sena5

    BPP University does not offer face-to-face classes in the USA, but students can study from outside of the UK by distance learning home study, please visit http://www.bpp.com/professional-qual...classroom-live

    The fees at BPP for ACCA? The prices vary depending on the type of study you want to do. The various options can be found on our website, but these vary each sitting so the best thing to do is to email us directly at [email protected] and let us know what type of study you are interested in so we can assist further

    Finally, if you apply to study ACCA full-time with us as an international student you are granted working rights by the UKVI. For more information about applying to BPP: http://www.bpp.com/undergraduate-cou...te/ACCAUG/9679

    Hope that helps and answers some of your questions!

    Thanks,
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    Why not join the ACCA Learning Community so that you can discover, connect and learn with fellow ACCA students at the same stage in their ACCA journey in a social and professional environment?

    You can join study groups to discuss intricate details of a particular paper, or perhaps discuss specific exam technique advice for gaining professional marks – it's completely up to you. However you use the ACCA Learning Community, you will benefit from support and knowledge sharing 24/7, anywhere in the world.

    You can expect to build an invaluable and diverse network of peers to support you throughout your career and personal development.

    The ACCA Learning Community also shows you how far you have come in your ACCA journey to becoming a complete finance professional and you can also benefit from collaborating with others who are at a similar stage in their exams, careers and ambitions.


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    (Original post by Kaplan Holborn College)
    KAPLAN HOLBORN COLLEGE is now ONLINE to answer your questions!!!
    You can answer questions of students here.
    Hope you get plenty of questions.

    Regards,
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    (Original post by Kaplan Holborn College)
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    Is there a branch I can study ACCA in the USA?
    Well, I have no accounting background so learning with a tuition provider enables and motivates me to study.

    What is the fees at Kaplan because when I calculate the fees, it complicates me. As an international student, I would like to learn ACCA Professional papers. What is the fees fr the papers including the course fees?

    What is the fees for ACCA at Kaplan including the course fees?

    Can I work part-time whilst studying full-time ACCA at university?
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    Three study habits to counter exam stress



    Originally from: http://studentblog.accaglobal.com/20...r-exam-stress/

    Countering exam stress is not as easy as it seems. You need to work on both your studies as well as your mental skills to keep calm throughout the examination. I remember how at first I almost convinced myself that I would fail Paper P2 after finding out that I had to draft a Statement of Changes in Equity.

    I completely stopped writing for a while and thought of a possible way out of the situation. Discovering that there was no way out but to give it a try, I finally tried to recall everything that I had studied during preparation time. I fortunately cleared Paper P2 in that very attempt, at the December 2013 session.

    What I realized later was that three study habits helped me return successful that day.

    Reading inspirational quotes of the day

    Surrounding yourself with positive energy is very important, especially when exams are nearing. Being short-tempered, tired or exhausted when studying will not help you at all. Keep yourself calm, take some time to read inspirational quotes, and then prepare for exams. You will yourself note the difference. Two inspirational people that I liked to read about were The Dalai Lama and Muhammad Ali.

    Practising timed questions each day

    Another activity that helped me was practising at least one timed exam question each day. No matter what, I would keep my clock with me and practice the longest question. At first, it would seem almost impossible. However, over time, I did improve my writing speed and time my comprehension skills quite a lot.

    Writing down essay-length answers, no matter how easy the question might seem

    For non-native students such as me, going through the question and jotting down main points is not going to help. You need proper expression and sentence structure, something that can only be learned if you write down complete essay-length answers. If you are still reluctant to do this every day, I suggest you attempt these questions at least twice a week over the holidays.

    I hope that you find these three study habits useful during your preparation for the next examinations. Let me know how these tips are working out for you. Let’s be stress-free for the next examinations.
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    Study-Life Balance: does it really exist?



    by ACCA student blogger Ng Jia Wen

    Sometimes life throws not just lemons, but curveballs at you. How do you deal with it?

    As I am attempting my final two ACCA papers and since I am a full time student, there are so many things that I will need to take charge of to prepare myself for the next chapter of my life.

    A few years ago, when I started my journey with ACCA, I knew that I would have to sacrifice some things in order to keep my studies on track. The question that I always had (and I am sure many students have) was this; what would I have to sacrifice, and how much? Would I achieve that elusive study-life balance that everybody was talking about?

    As I am nearing the end of my student life, I’ve come to a conclusion that study-life balance can be achieved. It’s just a matter of prioritizing, but how to prioritize, you ask? Everything seems important, phone calls to make, exams to study for, appointments to attend, work needs to be done.

    The 80/20 rule

    Pareto’s 80/20 rule of thumb is ‘80% of consequences stem from 20% of causes‘, quoted by Joseph M. Juran, the person who discovered the theory (later named the principle after Pareto). This goes to say 20% of the activities we do will affect 80% of the outcome.

    I apply the 80/20 rule in every action I take every day. This way, I constantly remind myself that I should perform the activities necessary that will give a positive outcome, which is, of course, studying.

    Of course, life goes on, unexpected events happen, but how do I make up for it?

    Learn to say ‘No’

    Sometimes I have emergencies that were unplanned and I would triple-book myself in a day. I’ll admit, it’s difficult, if not impossible to juggle so many things in one day.

    The most important thing that I still struggle with is learning to say ‘no’. Growing up in an Asian parenting style, we were told that saying no is a bad thing, especially when saying it to your boss or your elders. I still struggle with saying no; holding the fear that people will view me negatively and I would disappoint them.

    However, saying no to certain things that is too much for you is essential. I had a personal experience when I took on too many things at one time, I got too stressed and didn’t perform as well as I should have in everything that I had undertaken. Now, I only take on special tasks if I must and only if I am certain I can take on the role and perform it to my best.

    Do stop to smell the roses

    Often at times when I study and work too hard, I sometimes I forget that there are more things to life. After all, ‘all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy’.

    On some days, I take time off to allow myself to have a break, time with family and friends, and time to pick up a hobby.

    I’d like to think that it’s good to have a balance of book smarts and street smarts. After all, the theory we learn in school may or may not be applicable in real life, but they give us a strong foundation for us to learn better in the future.

    Hopefully by now you would have picked out some tips that I’ve delivered through this article. Until the next time, study hard and take care of your health!
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    Never give up!



    by ACCA student blogger Pantelis Fouli

    ‘The discomfort of change is better than the heartbreak of complacency.’

    It’s only when you feel that the pain of giving up is greater than the pain of putting in the time and effort to chase your dreams, will you be able to move on, never give up and reach new heights.

    This became very clear to me about a year and a half ago, after procrastinating I had virtually given up with my ACCA studies (I had 9 papers passed up until 2001 and then quit), that I realised something had to change. I knew I would have to sit down and ask myself what I wanted out of life, re-write my goals and consider the sacrifices myself and my family will make in order for me to achieve what I wanted. The pain of having given up was too high and I knew that once I had come up with a game plan I could do this.

    Since December 2012 I have successfully sat another 2 papers and passed them first time, which leaves me with 3 papers left to get one step closer to ACCA membership.

    From this experience I have learnt that I would need to attend all my lectures and being 40 years old I would need extra time to absorb the material. So after each lecture I would make sure I sit down for 30 minutes and review what I had learnt. I would then put time aside on weekends (in small chunks of 30-45mins) to revise again and attempt exam questions (without using the answers as an aide).

    Here are some tips for you that I find very useful:

    make your study area just that, an area where you can study with no or minimal distractions
    make sure you get sufficient rest
    learn material by recalling and reciting. Simply reading text over and over again will not magically enable you to learn it.

    I am sure you have read and re-read all of the above a dozen times, so I go back to my original point – ‘The discomfort of change is better than the heartbreak of complacency’.

    Never give up on your goals, whatever they maybe.

    Good luck!
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    The modern accountant: Using technology for ACCA study and work



    Hi all…so we’ve passed over the hurdle of results, I hope everyone was successful in their exams.

    We’re approaching 2015 and already we’re seeing the dawn of a new era in education: From free online courses, like Discovering Business in Society to how we sit ACCA exams – as of January 2015 papers F1-F3 will only be available through Computer-Based Exams (CBEs) in certain countries. This shows us that technology is giving us new options and allowing us to do things in new and more efficient ways.

    We as future accountants are exposed to technology in every aspect of our lives including work, study and leisure. Therefore in this article, I focus on how technology impacts our daily lives, referring to my own experiences and specifically relating to work and study.

    Within the workplace, the internet leaves us with information overload on most occasions due to the near unlimited access we have. As such, we must use information wisely in order to achieve efficiency and effectiveness at work.

    Technology in the workplace can be utilized in several ways:

    Mobility and access to information

    With the use of video technology and the use of Virtual Private Networks (VPN), employees no longer need to be in the office in order to communicate with their colleagues or have access to information related to work. Video technology can result in virtual meetings being set up via the use of programs such as Skype and will reduce transportation cost to the firm. With the use of VPNs, employees can configure their device to have access to the organization’s network once they have an internet connection. This will facilitate working from home which can motivate staff.

    Improvement in efficiency

    Technology saves times by speeding up the work flow process. This includes digital filing systems which save space, paper and printing costs. The use of computer systems allow for corrections to be made instantly via the use of software such as Microsoft SharePoint. In addition, submissions of documents for approval can be carried out quickly as the documents could be forwarded using email or via the intranet. This will save time especially in the case of submissions to be made to superiors who are not in the same geographic location.

    Enhanced communication

    Quite often, messages can be distorted when it passes through different individuals via ‘noise’. As such, the use of technology can allow messages to be sent to the all the parties necessary at the same time to ensure that the same message is received. In addition, communications will be quicker through the use of instant messaging and emails as opposed to letter writing or telephone calls.

    With regards to study and academic related tasks, technology plays a key role as it has shaped the way that I carry out these tasks:

    Life hack ‘to-do list’ apps

    Our daily routines and special events can be set on our phones or laptops to remind us of what we have to do for the day. This includes leisure as well as study time. As such, we can set study schedules in order to utilize our time more efficiently so that we can achieve the objective of passing all our exams.

    Socialising with fellow students across the globe

    Information technology has broken down the barriers of communication globally. Tools such as blogs, video communication and social networks (like the ACCA Learning Community) can connect global networks of individuals with a common interest. This allows for the exchange of ideas and getting a wider range of perspectives than if the individual was restricted to socialising with individuals from their country alone.

    These are just a few of my thoughts as I believe that technology has indeed shaped our lives differently. While there are the benefits, there are also the inherent risks such as security issues (hackers, identity theft etc). We must therefore keep in mind that having the technology would not benefit us by itself, it is how we utilize the technology that will make our lives easier and more effective.

    I wish you all the best for the upcoming semester. Take care till next time.

    Photo by Luke Wroblewsk via Flickr
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    Post Exam Result Analysis



    by ACCA student blogger Adhitya Fadriansyah

    Hello everyone, how was your exam results? Did you pass all the papers you took? Congratulations to all of you who passed them all. Unfortunately for me, I took three professional papers and was only able to pass one of them, almost got a pass mark for another paper and got way below the 50% pass mark for the last one. In this article, I would like to share what I think was causing the failure, how I coped with the result and what I plan to do next.

    What went wrong?

    Bad planning – remember the previous article I wrote on self-study scheduling? I overlooked the part where I need to balance between workload and study time. For better planning, you may want to create a consolidated schedule between your study plan and your workload in the office. I miscalculated the part where there was an increasing workload in the months nearing the exams. For me personally, I would think twice if I should take more than two papers in one sitting (especially if you are working and self-studying).

    How to cope with failure?

    Share with someone – it is very relieving to share your difficult moments with someone. It can be your spouse, your family, your colleagues or even your boss. I am very lucky to have a very supportive manager. This is what she said when I told her that I only passed one paper:

    “You just need to keep trying. Do not get stressed out, it is a great experience. We need to be able to smile at our failure to overcome them successfully. So smile and try again!”

    Her email really made my day – it makes me even more motivated to pass the ACCA exams.

    Just keep remembering the reason you decided to study with ACCA in the first place. I always go back to The reason for my motivation article I wrote late last year, to help me keep motivated.

    Think on the bright side. Think of it the other way around, focus on your success rather than your failure. I am now one paper closer on passing all the required papers on my journey to becoming an ACCA member! Yes, I did fail two papers and only passed one, but that only allows me to learn more and prepare better for the upcoming exam.

    What’s next?

    Have a better plan and learn from your past mistake – do not be embarrassed by your failures, learn from them and start again. Remember Dory, the regal blue tang fish from Finding Nemo? Yes? Well ‘just keep swimming, just keep swimming’ and eventually you will reach your final destination. Enjoy the journey, no matter how difficult it might be.

    I would love to hear your experience, please share them and let’s pass the ACCA exams together!



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    ACCA About CBE Exam New Update

    For more information you can click here

    Fast. Flexible. Convenient.

    Imagine what it would be like to sit your exams at any time of the year. Well you can. If you are a Foundation-level student or are studying the Knowledge level of the ACCA Qualification, then you can sit your exams as computer-based exams (CBEs).



    Why Sit exams by Computer?
    Benefits include:

    1) Flexibility – you can sit exams at any time of the year, so there is no need to wait for the June and December exam sessions. Plus there are no restrictions on the number of times you can re-sit the exams by CBE.
    2) Instant results – no need to wait for the paper-based results in February and August, your results are displayed on the computer screen at the end of the exam. These are then uploaded by the licensed CBE centre to your myACCA account within 72 hours.
    3) Convenience - you can choose when you want to sit your exams giving you control of your studies and your progression through the qualification.

    What are Computer Based Exams(CBE)?
    CBEs are available throughout the year. They are delivered through licenced CBE centres around the world. Our huge question bank means that each exam is unique, so an exam sat on a Monday will be different to an exam sat on a Wednesday. And our strict monitoring and security protocols mean that the exams are as secure as the paper based exams we run in June and December.

    All of this means that you can take control of your studies and progression through the first levels of the qualification. CBEs are available for the following papers:

    Foundation-level awards

    FA1 Recording Financial Transaction
    MA1 Management Information
    FA2 Maintaining Financial Records
    MA2 Management Costs and Finance
    FAB Accountant in Business
    FMA Management Accounting
    FFA Financial Accounting

    ACCA Qualification

    F1 Accountant in Business
    F2 Management Accounting
    F3 Financial Accounting
    F4 Corporate and Business Law*
    * Targeting the end of 2014 for global and English variants.
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    WHERE YOU CAN DO THE CBE EXAMS? CBE EXAM CENTRE LIST.

    To find your nearest CBE centre you can go to the CBE
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    Computer-based exams (CBEs) are available for the first seven Foundation-level exams. These are the exams required for the Introductory Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting (FA1, MA1); the Intermediate Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting (FA2, MA2); and the Diploma in Accounting and Business (FAB, FMA and FFA). These exams are also required for the Certified Accounting Technician qualification.

    CBEs are also available for the ACCA Knowledge module exams (F1, F2 and F3) of the ACCA Qualification.

    F4 English and Global variants will also be available as CBEs from November 2014.

    What are the benefits of sitting CBEs?

    Flexibility - You are not restricted to June and December paper-based exam sessions as you can sit CBEs at any time of year. CBEs also offer flexibility for re-sits, which you can take at any time. There is no restriction on the number of times you can re-sit the exams by CBE.

    Instant results - Your result is displayed on the computer screen at the end of the exam.

    Results - Your results are uploaded by the licensed centre and will be transferred to your ACCA account within 72 hours.

    How do CBEs work?

    Find a CBE centre offering the exam(s) you wish to sit (see the list in the Related Documents section of this page).

    You will need to pay the CBE centre directly for the exams you wish to sit.

    Prior to the exam, the CBE centre will set up time-restricted access to the exams. (The exam must be sat on the scheduled date and time).

    On the day of the exam, your identity will be checked by the invigilator, further validity and eligibility checks are carried out, and then the invigilator instructions will be read out.

    You are then asked to start the exam software and input validation details into the software. This will further check your identity and eligibility to sit the exams.

    Instruction screens will be displayed and you may then start the exam when advised to do so by the invigilator.

    Once the exam is started, the questions are displayed on screen and the answers are input directly onto the CBE software.

    On completion of the exam, the final percentage score is calculated and displayed on screen.

    You will be asked to print two copies of the Provisional Result Notification; one copy is retained by the CBE centre and the other is for your records.

    The CBE centre uploads the results to the CBE system and these will be transferred to your records with ACCA within 72 hours.

    To find a CBE centre near you, please click the above big bold blue word "CBE" in the previous post above this post.

    For more information about computer-based exams, please refer to the following pages:
    Exam format
    Preparing for CBEs
    CBE specimen and related resources
    Progression information for CBE students
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    Hi I was just wondering weather you can tell me which university in the uk does foundation in accounting FIA full time
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    (Original post by preenae123)
    Hi I was just wondering weather you can tell me which university in the uk does foundation in accounting FIA full time
    Hi,
    Actually FIA and Knowledge Level are the same papers. Only the name of the papers are different. The syllabus of FIA & ACCA Knowledge are the same.
    Check these links with FIA full-time.

    Full Time ACCA Study
    http://www.bpp.com/professional-qual.../FIA/122#dates
    http://www.firstintuition.co.uk/cour...ification.html
    http://financial.kaplan.co.uk/TRAINI...s/default.aspx
    http://www.blakehallcollege.co.uk/acca-in-london
    http://www.clc-london.ac.uk/courses/...l-courses.html
    https://www.goldsmithibs.com/courses/ACCADAB.pdf
    http://greenwichlondoncollege.co.uk/...d=MTQ=&id=NA==
    http://www.hmclondon.co.uk/acca/
    http://www.interlinkcollege.org.uk/acca.html
    http://www.lsbf.org.uk/programmes/pr...full-time.html
    http://www.southlondoncollege.co.uk/...g-courses.html
    http://www.westminster.ac.uk/courses...ed-accountants
    http://www.wlbc-uk.com/50/ACCA-ACCA/
    http://www.williamscollege.co.uk/acc...countants.html
    http://www.anglia.ac.uk/ruskin/en/ho...PQ_status.html

    Part Time ACCA Study

    http://lca.anglia.ac.uk/course/acca-part-time
    http://www.lsbf.org.uk/programmes/pr...part-time.html
    http://www.lsbu.ac.uk/courses/course...tals-programme
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    Hi there

    can anyone plz tell me which university is best to acca (online) ?
    as I live in Saudi Arabia and there's no proper institute or university here and I can't even find any good tutors I am already done with f1,2&3 but I'm finding it difficult to do the rest by myself :confused:
    please help me
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    (Original post by Taiyaba)
    Hi there

    can anyone plz tell me which university is best to acca (online) ?
    as I live in Saudi Arabia and there's no proper institute or university here and I can't even find any good tutors I am already done with f1,2&3 but I'm finding it difficult to do the rest by myself :confused:
    please help me
    Are you a registered student with ACCA?
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    (Original post by Taiyaba)
    Hi there

    can anyone plz tell me which university is best to acca (online) ?
    as I live in Saudi Arabia and there's no proper institute or university here and I can't even find any good tutors I am already done with f1,2&3 but I'm finding it difficult to do the rest by myself :confused:
    please help me
    Hey,

    Why not apply to ACCA Distance Learning one.
    Click here to know about Distance Learning
    That is for those who cannot attend universities and you can learn it from home.
    Classes are conducted live online to you. Speak to the universities through email.

    http://www.bpp.com/professional-qual...classroom-live
    http://www.lsbf.org.uk/study_online/acca_online.html[/url]
    http://www.firstintuition.co.uk/cour...e-courses.html
    http://www.studyinteractive.org/prog...ications/acca/
    http://www.dbs.ie/acca-distance-online-learning
    http://courses.independent.co.uk/tra...usiness-197371

    http://www.babington.co.uk/commercia.../#.VEj3sVdW3AQ (There is a live chat support where you can clarify your doubts with this uni)

    I will search and add more institutes shortly.
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    (Original post by Taiyaba)
    Hi there

    can anyone plz tell me which university is best to acca (online) ?
    as I live in Saudi Arabia and there's no proper institute or university here and I can't even find any good tutors I am already done with f1,2&3 but I'm finding it difficult to do the rest by myself :confused:
    please help me
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=2843245
    https://sites.google.com/site/online...at/acca-online

    That is all what I found.
    BPP is considered better than others when researching discussion forums.

    Did I help you?
    Any questions let me know.
 
 
 
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