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ACCA Exam Success with LSBF's Director of Business and Finance

ACCA Exam Success with LSBF's Director of Business and Finance

Tune into our free 4-part webinar series and give yourself the best chance of success in your ACCA exam. Join our Director of Professional Qualifications, Rob Sowerby as he covers the top tricks and tips to help you work towards the ACCA pass you deserve.

See the following list for dates and times of the webinars as well as what topics Rob will be discussing:

 

Date: 26 May

Time: 12.30 to 13.30

Topic: What does an ACCA marker want?

Gain invaluable insights into ACCA marking and simple tips on how to land some extra marks.

 

Date: 1 June

Time: 12.30 to 13.30

Topic: Improve your memory and pass your exam

Learn effective strategies to improve your memory and remember key knowledge in the context of an exam.

 

Date: 8 June

Time: 12.30 to 13.30

Topic: How to avoid failing your ACCA exam

Want to know the common mistakes students make in their exams so you can avoid doing the same? Join Rob in this exclusive webinar to find out!

 

Date: 15 June

Time: 12.30 to 13.30

Topic: Study tips to pass your ACCA exam

With so much out there on ways to study for you ACCA exams, it can be overwhelming to know which method is effective. This webinar will help you understand how best to structure your studies as well as rating the information on the net. 

 

Enquire now and get FREE access to all our webinars. You can find the list of webinars here:https://www.lsbf.org.uk/events


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