List of resources available for ACCA Advanced Audit Assurance Students.

by Eduyush Team

We are compiling some of the additional resources which help students clear the exams

Technical articles

 The Examining team for AAA (previously known as P7) have written various articles which you should read to support yourstudies. The articles can be found on the ACCA website, via the following link:

Study support videos

In addition to articles, the ACCA have provided study support videos which can be accessed via the following link


Past question papers and Examiners Debrief

Guidance to help you if you are taking the P7 exam for the first time as this takes you through how to use the examiner’s reports as part of your revision phase

CBE Examination guidance

Good exam technique alongside good technical knowledge is key to exam success. But what is good exam technique in Advanced Audit and Assurance, how do you improve these skills and what about the professional skills marks? - Read here

BPP Training ECR - click here 

If you can self study and need an edge to clear your exams, look no further than BPP ECR. In brief

What is the BPP ECR?

The Enhanced Classroom is ideal for Self-Study Students who want the benefit of online access to content, learning activities, and assessments whenever and wherever they want.


Take a look at the Quality of the BPP training before you make a decision. There is a demo of PM, click on My learning and take the PM demo


user name:

password: Demo2021

Course Provider

BPP - ACCA Platinum training partner. View an explanation video

Course Validity

Course access is valid for 2 exam attempts

What's in the course

  1. Online recorded lectures (unlimited views)
  2. Assessments and Mock tests
  3. CBE software practice area
  4. Further Practice questions (printable)



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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.