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Written in a clear, concise and interactive style this study text is rooted in the syllabus and amply illustrates "clarity and quality of the discussion". It draws on current annual reports and accounting cases to illuminate abstract concepts, principles and theories and their applications. This considerate style reflects current research on how the brain learns and is designed to support active learning at the higher intellectual levels of analysis, evaluation and innovation, attributes of the modern accountant that are at the heart of the professional examination requirements.

Critical thinking, case study, computational and objective exercises cross referenced to the Study Text and Revision and Practice plan. Tailored for effective application of accounting principles and efficient practice. Suitable for "massed" and "distributed practice".

Organised, focused and tailored to specific competences required at F7: technical insight, professional judgement and effective writing skills, this plan is integrated with the workbook and study text to support efficient, dynamic, quality and comprehensive practice. A sound plan for success that can be used throughout the course for reactive, purposeful and proactive revision.

Past questions & Answers (Annotated)
Annotated and cross referenced to the annotated syllabus & study guide, examiner's reports, examiner's approach interview and articles, study text and exam guidance.

 

Question strategy
An explanation of the different types of question on the F7 paper and what each examines. Read this before reading Exam guidance below. 

 

Exam guidance 
A comprehensive exam digest providing analysis of recent F7 exams and predictions based on all relevant determinants of exam papers including IASB workplan, current issues, recent adverse performance on key topics and current syllabus requirements.


 

Terms and techniques

The F7 terms and techniques – explaining the principles, concepts and techniques of corporate reporting including their specific examination meaning and implications for learning.

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Financial Reporting F 7

Study, Revision and Practice materails have been designed to help students overcome learning problems that manifest themselves as examination problems.


The materials are integrated with each other and with relevant articles, question papers, examiner's reports, syllabus and examiner's approach.


Throughout the materials there is an emphasis on developing insights in financial standards and in abilities to think critically, apply principles and professional judgement to varied contexts, such that the student should be equipped for the versatile applications of accounting knowledge required to pass the examinations.