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Hi all, so I took the exam for F2 last week and passed on my first try. I must admit the exam was not as difficult as I first thought and I will explain why a little later. Personally, I felt that the exam were mostly:
Those were the two most common topics in the exam and I understand with Consolidated Financial Statements it covers half the text book and lectures, but if you know the pro-forma's inside out, it will be a breeze. For me I struggled with this out of all the other topics in F2 when studying and I only mastered this when I dedicated a whole week to it where I went through the lectures again and kept practicing the questions (will also discuss questions a little later).
With Financial Performance Analysis, I have to be honest, there was less calculation type questions and more analysis type questions. What I mean by that is that you would get questions with the ratios and %'s already provided and they would ask you what the data suggests/means, and you're given the options etc. Knowing the calcs is one thing guys, but understanding what they mean is another, so brush up on both. Also, the liquidity and profit calcs we're already familiar with, but I had to memorize dividend related calcs such as 'Dividend Payout rate' 'Dividend Retention' 'Dividend Yield' etc etc. And I must say, it paid dividends in the exam #SeeWhatIDidThere.
If I was asked the next two most common topics then I would say 'Financial Instruments' and 'EPS'.
On a final note and it is slightly controversial but I do think I need to share this and see if others feel the same way, is that the reason I found it less difficult than I thought is because I used BPP. The practice topic questions they provide and mock exam questions they give is REALLY similar to the exam questions in terms of STRUCTURE. Now this may not sound that useful... but it saves time knowing which numbers to pick out from the question for your calculations/pro formas. It also increases ones confidence when reading a question and fully understanding it straight away because you have seen questions worded like these in your practice questions. Furthermore, I borrowed my friends Kaplan practice question booklet and their questions were longer and more complex in comparison to BPP and the exam. Just an observation guys but let me know what you think as I felt the same way when doing P2 before F2.
I home study and I use BPP books. Not sure why, I just started with them and somewhat now I am stuck with them. I feel the Kaplan books are large in size and mostly because they use huge font for the text.
For exam practice I did all of these twice: BPP kit, BPP book questions, Kaplan kit, Aptitude 2, Acorn, Pearson Vue practice. I found this time that possibly BPP kit and Aptitude 2 were the closest in style to the actual exam. However I don't think it is a rule as two people's exams are not the same. Also, with other papers, the Acorn kit was the most useful.
If I can give any advice, it would be to be very sure of the theory. Knowing the calculations is not sufficient, lots of the questions are more about interpreting the data rather than calculating.
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