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Welcome to your online induction for ACCA P2 at the BPP Reading, Birmingham and Manchester study centres. Our aim is to give you the best chance of exam success. With this in mind, we’ve outlined everything you need to know in order to plan your studies effectively.


At BPP, what you learn in the classroom is just the start of your studies. At the end of each day your tutor will usually set homework, but in addition to this, you should spend some time in the evening reviewing the topics covered during the day. This is important to consolidate your understanding of what has been covered and to make sure you don’t fall behind.

Are there any opportunities to recap what I’ve learned?
You can supplement and consolidate your studies, and recap the day’s lessons, through our virtual learning environment.

Am I expected to study between my taught and revision courses?
You are expected to continue studying between the taught and revision course, as tutors will not ‘re-teach’ the material in the revision classes. As a general guide, after the taught course you should be aiming to spend between 10 and 15 hours a week on your ACCA studies.

What support is available if I need help with my studies?
If at any point you feel that you are struggling or something happens that may jeopardise your exam success, it is imperative that you contact either the KPMG Professional Qualifications Team or one of your BPP tutors (contact details below) for support.

KPMG Professional Qualifications Team contacts:


Pre course work must be completed by Monday 26th March at 12 pm.

As it will have been over twelve months since studying F7, a review of the key areas of F7 would be very useful for this paper. Ensure that your review incorporates:

  • Group accounting
  • Financial Instruments
  • Deferred tax
  • Accounting for leases
  • Statements of cash flow
  • Tangibles and intangibles

If you had an exemption from F7 please review your university materials covering the above subjects.