Beating the ACCA TX examiner

Can you use the CBE spreadsheets? The TX examiner told those logging into the GLP conference that too many candidates come to the exam ill-prepared. “It’s like they haven’t ever seen a spreadsheet before!”

Better students are also putting negatives in brackets, which is better than a negative sign, and better still you should put them in brackets and in red (right click and format).

Now that’s a good use of the time if you have five minutes left.

*Read more great insights about the PM, TX, FR, AA and FM in the new issue of PQ magazine. Out on Friday 19 July.