The Balancing Act Between Requirements

Dear Tutor MJ I've been following your blog in an effort to learn more about the CIMA case study exams. I am currently a Gateway student and a first-time case study exam taker. In the new exams, the question clearly states the requirements and even provides a percentage as to the amount of time to … Continue reading The Balancing Act Between Requirements

I’m Dyslexic, Can I Take the Exams

Dear Tutor MJ I am currently signed up with an Astranti, sitting for my OCS exam in May. Last year, I found out I had dyslexia. It was such a shock to me. But now I understand why I failed so many papers in the past. Anyhow, I am really struggling and wondered if there … Continue reading I’m Dyslexic, Can I Take the Exams

What I Know for Sure…on Being an Accountant

While this may not seem CIMA-related at all, it has been a long journey - sometimes enjoyable, sometimes not - which I'm sure is a sentiment many students share. This post was originally published on December 10, 2014 and I dedicate it to my mom. She would have been 72 today. I've always professed that … Continue reading What I Know for Sure…on Being an Accountant

CIMA Exam Pass Rates – February 2020

CIMA's latest pass rates are currently available on its website.  Pass rates for all case study levels went up from August 2019 to November 2019 but went down once again from November 2019 to February 2020. This could be due to the launch of the 2019 Professional Qualification in the case study exams starting from … Continue reading CIMA Exam Pass Rates – February 2020

The SCS Pre-seen for May 2020 and August 2020 is Out!

The pre-seen material will now be used for the May and August 2020 sittings. See the recent changes here. CIMA has released the SCS pre-seen material for the May and August 2020 exam sittings. To get your copy of the pre-seen, check out my Home page. The preseen company is Runnabout, a quoted hoverboard-sharing service provider … Continue reading The SCS Pre-seen for May 2020 and August 2020 is Out!