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With effect from 26 February 2014 in computer-based exams (CBEs) and June 2014 in paper-based exams, there will be various changes to the way in which the exam is structured. Here, Student Accountant brings together new articles and videos explaining the changes to the structure and to the styles of questions that will be encountered by candidates taking these papers

Description Type Published
Changes to the structure of Paper F1/FAB Article Tue Feb 04 00:00:00 GMT 2014
Changes to the structure of Paper F2/FMA Article Tue Feb 04 00:00:00 GMT 2014
Changes to the structure of Paper F3/FFA Article Tue Feb 04 00:00:00 GMT 2014

VIDEOS

 

Paper F1/FAB MTQ advice

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Debbie Palmer from BPP discusses the new format of Paper F1/FAB exam taking effect in 2014, with details of what has and hasn't changed, the skills you need to maximise your chances of success and a look in detail at the question types.

 

Paper F2/FMA MTQ advice

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Andrew Mower from Kaplan discusses the new format of the Paper F2 exam taking effect in 2014, and looks at how to tackle the new multi-task questions (MTQs).

 

Paper F3/FFA MTQ advice

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Libby Morris from BPP explains the changes to the computer-based exams taking effect in 2014, focusing on Paper F3

Last updated: 11 Aug 2015