Examiners' interviews 2009
Access valuable examiner advice on all ACCA Qualification papers
02 Jun 2009
ACCA is pleased to announce the launch of a new set of examiners' interviews - one for each global paper of the ACCA Qualification.
These new interviews build on the examiners' approach interviews launched last year and provide you, irrespective of where you are based in the world, with a further opportunity to access valuable information and advice directly from the examiner.
The content of the interviews have been prepared and approved by each examiner, although the voices you will hear are those of actors portraying the roles of interviewer and examiner in discussion.
They cover student performance in the December 2007, June 2008 and December 2008 examination sessions, highlighting where students are performing well, where students are performing less well, and how you can improve your performance. They also look to the future of each exam paper, detailing any changes that will be taking place.
The information in these interviews formed the core of the examiners' presentations at the ACCA teachers' conference held in Manchester in February 2009.
The new interviews are available here.
Examiners' approach interviews and FAQsThe examiners' approach interviews are still available, and are very useful when tackling a particular paper for the first time. They cover the main themes of each paper, information on how the exam is structured, advice on exam technique, tips on how to succeed and potential pitfalls to avoid. They can be accessed here.
We have added to the set of frequently asked questions (FAQs), featuring answers to general questions about the qualification and responses to more paper-specific queries.