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    Default ACCA Self Study

    I graduated in Accounting & Finance 3 years ago, and have been trying to find a training contract ever since

    as I still cannot find one I was contemplating studying at Kaplan (and paying myself) so that I can apply when I have done 2 exams- as I believe will look better to employers

    would this be worthwhile?

    I already have 7 exemptions so if I passed 2 next summer then I would only have 5 left

    any help would be greatly appreciated

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    Are you located in London? There are many tuition providers there!

    I have found that taking a class makes studying far easier. I am not suggesting that you would not be able to pass exams on your own with self study, it is simply easier to work with a knowledgable lecturer who can make the concepts crystal clear for you.

    Is it due to lack of time or finances? Many schools offer part time (evening/weekend) courses!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pokerstar View Post
    Are you located in London? There are many tuition providers there!

    I have found that taking a class makes studying far easier. I am not suggesting that you would not be able to pass exams on your own with self study, it is simply easier to work with a knowledgable lecturer who can make the concepts crystal clear for you.

    Is it due to lack of time or finances? Many schools offer part time (evening/weekend) courses!

    sorry when I say self study I mean attending evening classes at a college such as BPP or Kaplan- this is my plan if I dont find a training contract in next few months

    do many people fund their ACCA studies by themselves like this?

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    If attending classes is not convenient for you you can have online personal tuition I think. I'm also very busy at work, So I would prefer online tuition which I can arrange at a convenient time for me. Currently I'm having my revision for F5 and F7 from an institute named Tutor Wisdom via online. If the tutor is available I can arrange a live session anytime I need. It is very cheap when compared to other tuition courses. You can also try if you need.

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    there is a great site from where you can study and download all ACCA ebooks for free..tried to post the link but i need 3 posts only then i can paste a link.. so wait for little while

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    Thanks guys discussed on such a great topic how to self study our ACCA course and i read many comments here and guys discussed very well that its not a local study although its not enough to study only in institutes you have to study by your self at your home also because its a professional course and without your participation or extra study you are un able to pass these courses.

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    I think in this discussion very useful to choose best way to study. I like it.
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    I think it is really good to have it online for convenience. We'll try to look for online help.

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    Hi
    i would like to know if anyone is doing self study ?
    Which papers and some feedback on how and where to get most of the info
    thanks

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    Hi, guys this is first time i am visiting this forum and so happy to see such a great info here. So many things i came to know new and the way you guys describe everything here sounds amazing. Thanks for all your work will back soon for more updates.

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