Exam tips released but don’t crash like this guy…

Obtaining a professional qualification is a tough but ultimately rewarding journey.

It’s important to appreciate that whilst your studying before the exam is the key part of your journey, it’s also vital that you keep calm during the exam and focus on good exam technique.

We’ve just released our CIMA exam tips (the ACCA tips will follow at the end of this month) and whilst only the examiner knows what’s in the exams, our tips highlight areas that we would pay close attention to if we were sitting the exams.

One individual though who no doubt had prepared for his moment in some depth unfortunately lost control at a key moment and the result is shown in the video below.

The person involved was no doubt feeling confident sat in his £150,000 Lamborghinis Gallardo sports car but at the crucial moment he blew it big time.

Nobody was hurt in the incident apart from the driver’s pride and using the exam analogy, remember to stay calm and focussed during the exam no matter how exciting your journey to the exam has been. You don’t want to end up feeling like the guy in the video.

Here are our CIMA exam tips (follow the link to the paper you’re interested in and the exam tips are at the bottom right of the page).

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