Saturday, November 17, 2012

ACCA Exam Tips Dec 2012 Session to Pass Exam F1, F2, F3, F4, F5, F6, F7, F8, F9, P1, P2, P3

ACCA Exam Tips Dec 2012 Session to Pass Papers F1, F2, F3, F4, F5, F6, F7, F8, F9, P1, P2, P3

Open Tuition ACCA Exam Tips Dec 2012 Paper F4 Eng Variant


Q1 Statutory rules of interpretation Q1 December 09
Q2 Anticipatory Breach Q2 December 08
Q3 Terms, Representations and Waranties Q3 June 09 or Remoteness of Damage in Tort Q3 December 07
Q4 Lifting the Corporate Veil Q4 June 08
Q5 Meetings AGM, OM, Class Q5 Pilot Paper
Q6 CDDA Grounds and Explanation Q6 June 09
Q7 Apparent, Ostensible Authority of Agents Q7 June 08
Q8 Contract Law, Offer, Counter Offer, Option Period, Breach Q8 Pilot Paper
Q9 Partnership Liability, Sleeping, Retired Q9 June 08
Q10 Bribery Act 

Open Tuition ACCA Exam Tips for Paper F4 Global Variant


Q1 Role of Uncitral and WTO Q1 Pilot Paper
Q2 Arbitration, Recourse Against An Award Q2 December 08
Q3 Sale of Goods, Seller's Obligations Q2 December 07 or Incoterms, The New Onces Student Accountant Last Year
Q4Lift the Corporate Veil Q4 June 08
Q5 Meetings, AGM, OM, Class Q6 Pilot Paper
Q6 CDDA Grounds and Explanation Q6 June 09
Q7 Bills of Exchange, Definition, Meaning, Endorsement Q7 June 09
Q8 Part Performance of Contract and Breach Q8 Pilot Paper
Q9 Partnership Liability, Sleeping, Retired Q9 June 08
Q10 Bribery Act

BPP Learning Media-ACCA Exam Tips Dec 2012 Paper F4 Eng Variant


“Expect the first 7 questions to be knowledge based,  covering the English Legal system, Contract Formation, Tort, Company Formation, Company Financing and Employment Law.  Within the last 3 ‘problem’ questions there should be a question on contract breach and remedies.
The Bribery Act 2010 entered the syllabus in 2012 and was not tested in June, so either a knowledge or problem question is likely in December.”

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