The title of this post is a dead giveaway. If you haven't guessed it by now, I'm a big Game of Thrones (GOT) enthusiast. And with the last episodes of the final season airing on TV the next few weeks, I've decided to dedicate a post to the fight for the Throne. If you're a … Continue reading PESTEL and the Game of Thrones
CIMA's latest pass rates on its website covers the period leading up to the end of December 2018. They must have been out for a while. I am only publishing these on the blog now but by that time, the new ones may be out. Watch the space?! Anyway, for a little update... Management and … Continue reading CIMA Exam Pass Rates – December 2018
Hi Tutor MJ I really enjoy your posts and all the student questions you answer. But I have a big one to make and I want you to be real honest about it. I am planning to take the OCS in the next sitting. And from what I've read in your posts, the sooner I start, the more time I have to get ready. Can I do this on my own (self-study)? Or do I really need to sign up with a tuition provider? … Continue reading Tuition vs Self Study?
CIMA has once again released its latest pass rates covering the period leading up to the end of September 2018. Gateway level pass rates continue to be below 50% which probably highlights that Gateway students may be finding it hard to transition into case study preparation. The rate has remained the same for the last … Continue reading CIMA Exam Pass Rates – September 2018
This post is just a reminder for students who are planning to undertake CIMA in the near future, especially those who have yet to take any of the F pillar courses and/or BA3. The CIMA syllabus includes the study of different Accounting Standards regulating various topics on financial statements reporting. While students do not have … Continue reading CIMA Examinable IFRS/IAS Standards