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5 functions you need to excel at Excel

Microsoft Excel functions are easy to understand and use, which has added to its popularity and widespread usage in the…

Every second counts

Revision for me has to be the most exciting time. During this period, students can learn to apply their knowledge…

Understanding Requirements and Question Context

Many years ago, I set an ACCA Management Accounting exam. One sitting, I decided to test inventory control, First in,…

60 Seconds with Theano Stamou, our PQ of the Year

What is the secret behind Theano’s amazing success story? She left Greece aged 23 and moved to London in pursuit…

‘Your Future in Accountancy’ Conference

London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) is delighted to announce that we will be holding an accountancy conference on…

Data Science and Accountancy

What you study today is not necessarily what you will need as your career progresses. This has never been truer…

Excelling with spreadsheets in your CBE exam

ACCA has started introduction of Computer Based Exams (CBEs) in 2016. Some students confess that having to answer questions in…

Fail to Plan–Plan to Fail

This is where planning becomes paramount for your success. Here are some things to consider while creating a plan.…

The partnership of accountants and data scientists make for a successful formula

The accountancy sector is changing as a result of the introduction of automation and the expansion of data analytics. Not…

Why ACCA has a remarkable number of female students

The professional world is always considered a man’s playfield but going by statistics, that ratio is fast changing. Accountancy is…

Can video games help you ace your ACCA exams?

While you may know of the social benefits of playing video games, you may not be aware of how they…

AAT vs ACCA – How to choose an accountancy qualification?

When choosing which accounting qualification to study it is important to understand the current position of the applicant. It depends…

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