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    Hi all,

    I am currently writing my proposal to study an accountancy qualification. I decided to go for ACCA rather than ACA. I graduated in 2008 at Uni of Bristol with a degree of Accounting and Finance, which means I have F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 and F9 exemptions. For the P papers, they build on the F papers, and because it has been a while since I graduated, I dont know whether it worth not taking the exemptions and do the exams OR do the tuition only for those exempt papers with kaplan and take the exemptions?

    However, when I was browsing on kaplan website, they commented about knowledge gap course, which I couldn't find much info about it. Can someone explain what kind of course is that? and is it worth doing that instead of taking the tuition only route for my exemptions?

    Any help will be appreciated. Thanks!
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    Don't know about the course - but you could just buy the books for the exempted papers and recap in your spare time - would be cheaper than a course
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    Reading from other post, they said best not to take the exemptions o.o opinions?
    If I just took F6 F7 and F8 and went straight onto P1-3 and options, would I struggle badly?? According to Kaplan Soton, they said F4, is not required in other modules, is that true?
    I looked on the ACCA syllabus, on F1-F3 I reconigsed 70%+ of the stuffs, just need to rejog my memory. What are the Kaplan lectures like? brief mainly self study? or more like uni lectures?
 
 
 
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