Have a clear study plan and study frequently in order to build up knowledge and skills

Evelina, Global Prize Winner for Operational Integrated Case Study in February 2015, has shared her thoughts on the exam.

You can view the whole article here: –

https://connect.cimaglobal.com/blogs/operational-case-study-exam/%26quot%3Bhave-a-clear-study-plan-and-study-frequently-in-order-to-build-up-knowledge-and-skills.-%26quot%3B—by-a-february-2015-operational-level-case-study-prizewinner/Evelina

Her biggest challenge and how she overcome it certainly provides food for thought for others who have either passed a E1, F1 or P1 under the 2010 syllabus or have received an exemption from a previous qualification.

What was your biggest challenge and how did you overcome it?
My biggest challenge in the Operational Case Study preparation was F1 course content since I received an exemption from that exam. However I still decided to study for F1 exam in order to make sure that I have the required knowledge for the case study. This meant I had to study for F1 and the Operational Case Study simultaneously.

I tried to cover the main topics of F1 and understand the accounting treatment, therefore I followed the BPP online lectures and also the Operational Case Study Workbook was very useful including many practice examples.

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