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ACCA3月考试马上就要来到了。你复习得如何了，心里有谱了吗？今天财萃小编给你带来ACCA P7考试得分技巧& Exam Tips，希望对你有所帮助。
A lot of students mistakenly believe it is all about choosing the right format, although this is part of it!
The marks are available for introducing the topic appropriately. You must also make convincing points with counter-arguments, while using the appropriate tome for the audience. The markers will be looking for logical flow and structure, which draw together main themes of an argument into a valid set of conclusions.
Do some planning. If each minute in the exam hall is worth 1.8 marks this means you have 7 minutes to gain these professional marks.
You must use the appropriate format – if asked for a report or press statement then that’s what you need to produce!
Don’t write a letter when you have been asked for a memo.
And, remember those exam basics:
Keep your sentences short and concise.
Have short paragraphs and make sure your writing is legible.
Make sure you leave of white space, make the marker stop and think: does this need a mark?
Another no-no is writing down points as they come into your head – so make sure your points are logical.
Headings and conclusions/recommendations are also key. Also remember to put the question you are answering at the top of each page. Oh, and apparently the examiners don’t like slag or abbreviations, remember you are a professional, so use professional language.
P7 Exam Tips
20 multiple choice questions worth 2 marks each. The MCQs will largely be knowledge based and will balance out the questions in Section B to make sure that all aspects of the syllabus are examined. It is likely that some of the MCQs will test the financial management and objectives (ratio analysis, the concept of shareholder wealth) as well as economic environment and financial institutions topics (financial intermediation, fiscal and monetary policies). The efficient market hypothesis is likely to be tested here too.
But bear in mind that the whole point of setting MCQs is to test good coverage of the syllabus in the exam.
Q1 – Q3: Three 10 mark questions. The questions will be broken down into sub requirements and may also be based on a short scenario.
Areas expected to be tested in questions 1 to 3 working capital management (the impact of a change in credit period or accepting a factor’s offer), business or security valuations (assets method and earnings valuation), financial risk management (most likely in the form of currency risk but it is possible that interest rate risk is examined here).
Q4, Q5: Two 15 mark questions which will be broken down into sub requirements and be scenario based. These two questions will focus on these topics investment appraisal (likely to be an NPV with inflation and tax), working capital management and business finance (either an evaluation of financing options – interest coverage and gearing ratios are likely to be important here or a cost of capital calculation are most likely). Whichever of these three topics does not feature in question 4 or 5 will appear in question 1, 2 or 3.