Financial Statements Frustration!
I have now been studying FS for about 6-8 weeks and my distance learning training provider has suggested I book in for the exam. However, I am not feeling 100% confident that I will pass and as my exams cost a shocking £75 a sitting I cant afford to take the risk! I have done assignments set by my training provider and managed them fairly OK. I am mainly struggling with drafting the financial statements - more so the consolidated ones and statements of cash flows to the point that if I got mostly those in my exam Id crumble! I've done the green light stuff on the AAT website and also the Osborne e-learning tests and I'm done some revision cards for myself but when I come to attempting the practice assessments my mind goes blank because Im trying to remember so much stuff thats not in any particular order because of the shear volume. Does anyone have any tips on trying to remember everything to include in the statements or even know of any other revision tools/resources? There's just so much to remember!!
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