What is the BPP ECR
The BPP ECR is ideal for students who want the flexibility of studying whenever and wherever they want. Students can study at their own pace, with access to the programme content, learning activities and assessments available.
With over 40 years of experience in the training market, BPP has harnessed all the knowledge and best practices of their classroom courses to design and develop a market-leading Online Classroom.
With a subscription to the ECR, you will gain access to BPP’s Virtual Learning Environment, the BPP HUB. Here, you will have access to the following:
- 100% syllabus pre-recorded lectures
- Online assessments covering the entire syllabus
- Assumed knowledge content designed to close any knowledge gaps from prior studies
- Exam and paper skills content
- Exam technique demonstration and question debriefs
- Resit guidance
- Examination software to ensure maximum practice in the exam environment before the exam
- Additional Practice questions
- Available on both a desktop and mobile App to access content on the go, either on or offline.
How will the BPP ECR enhance my exam preparation?
Pre-recorded lectures enable students to log in anytime, anywhere and access their study materials. Lectures can be paused, rewound and fast forwarded, allowing students to study at their own pace.
All students are given access to their online learning area, including the Achievement Ladder. The Achievement Ladder is central to a student’s learning at BPP and shows a record of their progress through the paper. The Achievement Ladder consists of a series of assessment steps that build complexity and syllabus coverage, preparing students for exam success.
Topics and Learning Activities
Learning content is broken into logical topics and associated learning activities. The activities within each topic will help students identify their strengths and weaknesses in specific areas and learn core syllabus knowledge whilst providing lots of opportunities to practice with real-life examples. Each activity helps students understand and apply the syllabus content by either explaining a concept, showing a worked example, or providing an opportunity to use the concept.
Frequently asked questions
Why must each student have BPP Materials?
The BPP materials are the basis for the recorded lectures and contain the core content for a paper. The topics are pretty exhaustive and focus on content delivery and exam technique.
How much does the ECR cost?
The cost of the Enhanced Classroom is much more affordable than you think. BPP is an approved content partner of ACCA. Their pricing is much lower than other ACCA partners. Take a look here to see the pricing of the BPP ECR.
How long is the access for the ECR?
The ECR access is granted for the shorter of 2 exam attempts or the end of the syllabus. So for example
- If you have taken the access in February, your access is till the Jun exams. The two exam attempt rule will apply, i.e. March exams and June.
- If you have taken the access in April, your access will expire in June as most of the ACCA subjects syllabus changes in September.
Is there any restriction on the number of views
You get unlimited views till the end of your access. Recorded content ranges from 40-to 80 hours per subject.
Are BPP Books provided along with the ECR?
In addition to buying Enhanced Classroom, you must also purchase BPP’s course books. The online lectures follow the official BPP materials. Students can buy the BPP ACCA books from eduyush.com.
Is there any support that BPP gives for doubt clearing?
Students are not supported by BPP as this is a self-learning product. The product is quite comprehensive, and we haven’t had any students come to us for doubt solving for over 1000+ ECR sold by eduyush.com.
Can I watch videos offline?
All videos are available to download onto your device for offline playback. Go to the video and select the ‘Watch this later’ link.
If you would like to know more about the ECR, write to email@example.com or WhatsApp us at +919643308079
There are several ways to prepare for the ACCA exams, including studying the exam syllabus and practicing past exam questions. You can also attend review courses or hire a tutor to help you prepare. It's also a good idea to create a study schedule and stick to it, and to take breaks and pace yourself during your studies.
If you fail an ACCA exam, you will need to re-register and pay the exam fees again. You may also want to consider reviewing the exam syllabus and studying more before attempting the exam again. It's also a good idea to talk to your tutor or mentor for guidance and to get feedback on where you may have gone wrong.
There is no limit to the number of times you can attempt the ACCA exams, but you will need to pay the exam fees each time you register. It's a good idea to carefully review the exam syllabus and consider seeking additional help if you are struggling to pass the exams after multiple attempts.
ACCA Exams are held four times a year for skill level and strategic level exams. These are held every quarter
March, June, September and December
The CA (Chartered Accountant) qualification is offered by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI). The ACCA qualification is offered by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).
The CA qualification has been in existence for over 150 years, and is a globally recognised qualification. The ACCA qualification has been in existence for over 100 years, and is also a globally recognised qualification.
The CA qualification is available in India only, while the ACCA qualification is available in over 180 countries.
The ACCA subjects are assessed on a 100-point scale. The pass mark is 50 points. A score of 60 or more is required to achieve the grades of distinction, credit, and merit.
Yes. Passing all exams with a high percentage is an excellent accomplishment and demonstrates that you have a high level of understanding of the material. Employers will see this as evidence of your competence and be likely to consider you for a position if you are looking for work in the accounting field.
The hardest ACCA paper is the F5 performance management paper. This is because it requires a detailed knowledge of financial accounting and management accounting in order to pass.
Other papers that are difficult include the F7 financial reporting paper and the P2 advanced auditing and assurance paper. However, all of the ACCA papers are challenging, so it is important to thoroughly prepare for each one before sitting the exam.