ACCA ATX (UK) Richard Poole’s Revision Course



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Richard’s ACCA ATX (UK) Revision Course has been created to provide ACCA ATX students with a high quality and comprehensive revision phase for FA22 (June 2023 – March 2024).  This course puts you in a virtual classroom, as if you were present in an actual classroom, but with the advantage of a ‘rewind and replay’ facility.

Richard’s revision will focus heavily on the use of the CBE software to ensure that you are not only technically ready, but also prepared for the technology.  It works through the core areas of the syllabus, with 10 Section A and 16 Section B questions fully worked by Richard, giving you all his exam technique pointers throughout – that’s 26 questions debriefed using the ACCA Practice Platform .

Richard also expects you to submit one question per week for 3 weeks using the ACCA practice platform for marking and feedback, and recommends other past exam questions to attempt by syllabus area. This will hugely improve your approach and marks going forward.

Your course opening date depends on your exam date. Richard’s Revision course follows a set 3 week timetable.

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Course content:

Articles  – All Relevant exam articlesAll official ACCA articles relevant to each topic are linked to that topic – so you cover everything on a topic at the same time, and it’s all easy to find and read.
Kaplan Online Exam KitThe latest version of the Kaplan online Revision Kit containing past ATX exam questions. (*3)
Revision approachRichard will demonstrate how to attempt complete ATX exams by taking you through real exam questions covering the core areas in the ATX syllabus.
Tutor Support inc WhatsApp GroupRichard will provide full tutorial support via all modes – WhatsApp, email, text, etc.(*2)

(*1) HD Videos can be streamed to your PC, Mac, tablet or smart phone (technology permitting) and can be watched as many times as you wish prior to your exam sitting.

(*2) WhatsApp support will be via a dedicated WhatsApp group, which will involve revealing your contact details to other students. The WhatsApp group is for Richard to answer your questions: it is not an exercise in the ‘blind leading the blind’. Mutual student support is encouraged, but the exchange of copyright materials between students (by any means), or any attempt by a student to obtain such materials from another student, will lead to exclusion from the course. Formal student support will end one week before your exam date.

(*3) We order electronic copies of the text on request post enrolment. The codes for these can take 7-14 days to arrive. The descriptions above are indicative of what you will receive if you enrol on this course, but not an undertaking to deliver a certain number of contact hours. The contents / structure of this course are constantly evolving, and Richard therefore reserves the right to make changes where he believes this will increase your chances of passing.

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Additional information

Exam date

December 2020, March 2021, June 2021, September 2021, December 2021, March 2022, June 2022, September 2022, December 2022, March 2023, June 2023, September 2023, December 2023

Course walk through

Sample video


Terms and Conditions

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Deferral policy

    • No deferral of this course is possible