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  • I just ditched the B.Comm/BA plan. I still have the BSc degree among my plans for next session but Im wondering if I should start work on it now if I'm targeting the next session's submission or plan the whole thing for later next session. Secondly, I asked if you could provide link/s to any cheap or free resources that could be crucial for the project.

    I was just recently conflicted between MBA and CFA after ACCA. I was wondering which one to attempt after ACCA to increase my chances of employability. Now that I have realized my strengths don't actually lie in finance, Im starting to think of a future in tax. I just looked up CTA and it seems to be the 'gold' standard qualification in regards to tax. ANy suggestions in this regard.

    PS: I am a very ambition-less person which is why I am unable to decide where to sail after ACCA.
    Do you think those grades would adversely affect my prospects? It certainly was a reason why I had to be part of FIA to enter ACCA and not directly ACCA. Do you think I could sit the B.Comm exams on its basis or would I have to sit the I.Comm exams? Secondly, kindly do tell if B.Comm can be done privately like BA can? Would you really suggest doing B.Comm next session or not?
    Maybe I am mistaken about that figure I quoted. Perhaps 50k included ACCA's fee AND the mentor's fee when the presenter quoted it in the seminar I attended. I still believe it's not wise to take mentoring services from this particular institution. Ofcourse, I ll look around in the same city before I am convinced I have to look elsewhere. You really think there are people you know that are out there in different cities, offering this service at fair compensation but fully honestly and sincerely? I mean, are you convinced that it could actually help on a basic level where the mentor is ready to really help, completely?
    I ll be honest with you here: I took up mostly science subjects in my A-Level and due to my sheer carelessness scored a C in Economics, E in Math and E in Physics.
    Since these so-called mentors are rip=offs, a teacher recommended privately working through a Bachelors (be it BA/B.Com) and sit the exams after 6 months since she believes that won't be an issue for me. That kinda baffles me because BA isn't even close to the kind of content we study in the ACCA. B.Comm might be closer but the course spans 2 years for a reason, I thought. How could I possibly finish it in 6 months on my own and sit the exams? Perhaps that's why she suggested BA in the first place. Then again, that won't exactly say much about my skills if I combine that with my ACCA.

    I just recalculated my average mark as of now and it is 60 percent with F6 still pending. If I could score well on that, I suppose this would be somewhere around 60 to 65 percent on the exam average mark front. With a good project prepared, maybe I could possibly get that first class or atleast the upper class degree. Not too far gone, I suppose.
    Thanks for your response, saad.

    Yeah, I will be eventually moving out of here but you do make a good point. My target market as of now is the Middle East, but I have no real justification to back that yet. Though, I hope the OBU, regardless of the class, will bear more value before employers there.

    The institute where I study, the so-called mentors are rather poor with their own reading and writing skill so I don't suppose they will do a good job at actually 'mentoring' me. I bet a good amount of fee is charged by institutions for this kind of stuff so if I add this fee to what ACCA charges me, I am easily looking at an expense of Rs. 1 lac. That makes me wonder if there are credible, updated resources (free/cheap) out there that will enable me to get the job done on my own without the assistance of a mentor next session. You think that's possible? Could you quote any?
    Hello, saad. Firstly, many congratulations on becoming an affiliate. I wish you all the best with your future plans.

    I will be attempting my final 3 ACCA papers next month, Inshallah. I just wanted to ask you if OBU degree is still worth a shot if my marks for the required fundamental exams average in the 50s? I am guessing that probably brings the degree down to third class but would it still be worth my time and effort considering its worth in Pakistan and abroad?

    Thanks n advance.
    I meant to ask if I would be allowed to sit Paper P2 and P3 ONLY (2 papers) without having cleared Paper F6 and F9. What do you think?
    Hello

    I hope you are doing well. I came here with a question, hoping you could hlp me with it.

    Firstly, does ACCA allow sitting professional exams (P2 and P3 ONLY) for students who have cleared all but 2 Fundamental exams (F6 and F9)? Secondly, I can't find any good trainers for paper P3 in my locality, so are you of the opinion that this particular paper is easy enough to be attempted on one's own (using OpenTuition notes and video lectures along with Kaplan Study Text and Exam Kit)? Thirdly, should I be attempting or, more appropriately, will I be allowed to attempt the thesis for OBU BSc degree once ALL​ Fundamental exams have been cleared?

    I hope to hear from you soon.

    Kind Regards.
    Go to Australia yar it wil secure your future , you will get pr and citizenship eventually you just need to scoren7 in each band of ielts after one year. This is the cheapsr uni plus good ranked uni . The fee is around 13 Lakh per annum .Germany has no future , how many people have you seen flocking to Germany , you can't get job easily there rest is up to you.apply for bachelors or master . Check it man! Don't go to Germany , they are misguiding because of imperfect knowledge . Here is the link
    QUT - Home
    That is original I think. Cz you will get original in same price too(2000-2500RS).
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    Necrokiller said:
    did you test for antibodies?
    My parents did and my dad had the short-term antibodies. I didnt get tested because I got the PCR done and had all the clasasical symptoms. My dad had lots of fever and fatigue.
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    Get well soon Necro
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    Get well soon, man
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    Get well soon
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    iampasha said:
    @Necrokiller get well soon my man. I will be praying for you
    Thanks man.
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    @Necrokiller get well soon my man. I will be praying for you
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    did you test for antibodies?
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    the new variants of the virus are only making things worse
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    understandably
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    things will take time most people are hesitant to get vaccinated because who knows how people will react to it
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    lets see how it pans out
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    not sure how effective Sino vaccine is, but UAE govt is apparently using it
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    I am hearing of the Sino vaccine arriving in Pak in a few days
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    hmm a few friends lost their fathers and grandfathers back in June. This virus destroyed so many families :(
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    Shary Bhallu TC said:
    hmm it hits everyone slightly differently.
    that it does. There has been a death of a 19 year old in the province thats been on the news alot and the poor guy died several weeks after infection. Very scary.
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    so that was strange.
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    like I used to go on long walks, but after covid whenever I went on long walks, the first thing I'd do upon getting home was vomit a lot
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    I still cant retrace how I could've possibly contracted it. Been very careful but its just that easy to spread.
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    However it was strange for me in other ways
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    hmm it hits everyone slightly differently. I was hyped to go back to work and didn't experience fatigue after 14 days.
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    still not ready to go back to work though... fatigue and muscle pain still there :\
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    sahi, best (Y) 2 weeks are pretty safe in my opinion
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  • Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC:
    however its important to know that we take social distancing and masking very seriously in the workplace, so that might also be a factor in how other people didn't contract it...
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  • Necrokiller Necrokiller:
    they're even suggesting 10 days now, not the full 2 weeks, but workplaces are still cautious so i did the full 2 week quarantine
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    Shary Bhallu TC Shary Bhallu TC: did you test for antibodies? My parents did and my dad had the short-term antibodies. I didnt...