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    Hi,

    My first set of ACCA exams are coming up in the summer and I am debating whether to sit F1, 2 & 3 or just the first 2.

    Has anyone sat 3 before recently (so all 3 were multi-choice when you sat)?

    I have to make the decesion so I can book the courses, so it is effectively a stab in the dark, I managed to get some old textbooks for all 3 modules and a lot of it was covered in A-Level, so it looks like a case of relearning a lot, but I know the syllabus it totally different and those books were geared towards essay style questions and not multiple choice.

    Any help is greatly appreciated. I do not want to risk flunking the first 2 by sitting 3.

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    Give F1 And F2 First Cuz They R Easy Den Give F1 Cuz Its Management And Its Course Is More And Longer Than F2 Anf F3
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    (Original post by hilary stewart)
    Give F1 And F2 First Cuz They R Easy Den Give F1 Cuz Its Management And Its Course Is More And Longer Than F2 Anf F3
    Please tell me they don't let retards like you into accountancy :rolleyes:

    I've just sat 3 of the skills papers together so I reckon F1-F3 would be fairly easy myself but then it depends on how you think you can cope, how much time you're able to put into it etc.
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    it was just a thnking to do easier things and short things first
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    you can prob do it on the first level but after thast it gets harder and final level being crazy

    if your studying full time possible if not you gotta lose your life for a short period
 
 
 
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