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Cima evening study - BPP, Kaplan or LSBF watch

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    Hi all,

    I'm looking to start studying for CIMA and register on an evening course in London.The big 3 places that always appear are BPP, Kaplan and LSBF.

    I can't seem to find much feedback/recommendations/reviews online for these places.

    Does anyone have any good/bad reviews for these places which might help me make the decision of where to sign up to? Even if you've studied another qualification such as ACCA, you might be able to help too with some input.

    Thanks!
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    I have not studied this myself but I have heard exclusively positive things about Kaplan.
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    I was also thinking the same thing, which is better BPP, Kaplan or LSBF?

    I have been studying on and off for the past few years (due to 2 pregnancies) and am at the Strategic level.

    LSBF would be my first choice, but I found out today that they don't offer classroom based courses. I studied at LSBF in 2014 and the tutor was excellent, I achieved 70 for that particular exam.

    I studied at BPP last year for a P3 exam and I have failed twice. This is why I want to try Kaplan
 
 
 
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