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    ACCA F2 Past exam papers

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    ACCA F2 Past exam papers

    Bài gửi by minhlong on Thu Dec 22, 2011 1:41 am

    ACCA F2 Past exam papers

    PAST EXAM PAPERS

    The pilot papers for the exams indicate how each paper will be assessed, structured and the likely style and range of questions that could be asked. Any student preparing to take this paper should familiarise themselves with the exam style.

    All pilot question papers and solutions are the copyright of ACCA and can only be used for classroom and student use. They cannot be published in any form (paper or soft copy), or sold for profit in any way, without first gaining the express permission of ACCA.




    Pilot Paper from December 2011 - questions and answers http://www.acca.co.uk/pubs/students/acca/exams/f2/past_papers/f2_d11_ppqa.pdf

    Questions included in the sample computer-based exam are similar to those in the equivalent paper-based pilot paper. Therefore the given rationale for each answer in the pilot paper should also be relevant for questions within the sample computer based exam. There is also a computer based exams demo which is a useful revision tool for students sitting CBEs.

    There are currently two versions of the F2 CBE demo exam available, one for exams until the November 2011 and one for exams from December 2011. To access the sample F2 computer based exams, please visit the CBE demo page. Please note that you may need to have a copy of the formulae sheet and maths tables available when completing the demo exam.

    Note: Once the new syllabus has embedded itself, ACCA will introduce a variety of short and long form questions. The following paper provides an illustration of the types of short and long form questions that will form part of the assessment.

    F2 Pilot with Long questions http://www.acca.co.uk/documents/fma.pdf


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