A guide to Technician

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  • AK002
    AK002 Registered Posts: 2,492
    That's crazy Vics lol i'm only doing PEV & PCR in Dec :)!
  • AK002
    AK002 Registered Posts: 2,492
    :)
  • Marga
    Marga Registered Posts: 981
    how many F-papers are in ACCA?
  • Marga
    Marga Registered Posts: 981
    thanks again....
  • Criggers
    Criggers Registered Posts: 53 ? ? ?
    The "easiest" way of doing the Technician if you start studying in September is to sit DFS in December, then do the Cash Management and Audit simulations in January and early February. After this that will leave the rest of February, March, April and May to study for PEV and PCR whilst doing your report on the side, which should be started in January. You usually get a few weeks after your June exams to polish your report and get everything signed off as well.

    If studying tax then sit the Personal Tax in December with DFS, work solid on your report for Dec/Jan and then work on PEV/PCR and Business Tax For the remainder.

    I didn't sit either tax so I can't comment on their difficulty, but in all honesty, I don't think by putting an extra exam in at December or June should make much difference. The mandatory exams are easy enough so long as you put the revision in. If you just want the obtain the qual then leave the tax units out as the simulations are guaranteed unit passes, they are very very easy to complete. The cash flow will also tie in loosely withthe DFS paper which covers Cash Flow reconciliations and statements.
  • Marga
    Marga Registered Posts: 981
    hi i want to start Technician level in March

    so my plan is sit

    Unit 11 - DFS - Drafting Finacial Statements - June 2010

    Unit 33 - MAC - Management Accounting - June 2010

    that means i will have three months to study this (is this enough? i mean to pass lol)

    And meanwhile do the

    Unit 10 - MSP - Managing Systems and People in the Accounting Enviroment - start around May 2010

    (as i am doing unit 32 now i wont need it then)

    so then do

    Unit 18 - BTC - Preparing Business Taxation Computations - Dec 2010

    Unit 19 - PTC - Preparing Personal Taxation Computations - Dec 2010

    that means 6 months to study these two
  • AK002
    AK002 Registered Posts: 2,492
    Thought i'd bump this up as now everyone's got there results they'll be looking to sign up for the next lot :)!
  • taskey
    taskey Registered Posts: 1,800
    bump
  • Marga
    Marga Registered Posts: 981
    cool i still think my above can be achieved :)


    bump and re bump!
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