Am I taking too much of a risk????
Ok - need some advice - i am really struggling with remembering any of the wording on all the IAS's - like other people I can remember the numbers and formulas but words go in through the eyes and out the back of my head immediately! but............bearing in mind that in most previous exams there are only 2 or so questions in each section on "wordy" subjects . is it worth me worrying about trying to learn them? I can do the income statement, SOFP, cash flow, consolidated balance sheet/income statements and ratios and reports , so surely this should be enough for me to pass? In other words, should i concentrate on making sure i am 100% capable on the other stuff and not worry about the ias wordy questions - or is that too risky??
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