The 12-week competition sets the candidates through a gruelling series of tasks and the first prize is the job of Sir Alan Sugar's apprentice, with a six figure salary.
Hi all P2 students.
Have any of you seen the love letters written by the examiner to you the students. An alternative name are post exam guides. Examiners want to see you pass. By ignoring your love letter how else can the examiner help you. Well he/she tells you that;
With the May exams looming, are you clear on how to apply an ethical framework to the questions posed? Ethical issues are threaded throughout all stages of CIMA exams (below) and you will need to be able to show you would analyse the situation appropriately and respond.
Being guided through the CIMA code of ethics is key and there are a number of resources available to help you think through how to do the right thing.
Hi all, if you missed the strategic level ask a tutor session or want to catch up with the advice given, re-read it below!
Hi all, if you missed the T4 level ask a tutor session or want to catch up with the advice given, re-read it below!
Hi all, if you missed the operational level ask a tutor session or want to catch up with the advice given, re-read it below!
Hi all, if you missed the management level ask a tutor session or want to catch up with the advice given, reread it below!
With four weeks to go until the exams, you might be in need of inspiration and support to sustain your study and ensure you are fully confident and prepared for the exams. Right on cue, April’s edition of our student e-magazine, Velocity, is packed full of tips and support to ensure just that.
This month’s highlight
Need advice for how to make the big day go smoothly? We know exams can be stressful, so this month we show you how to get the little things right, in order to ensure big success.
P3 post exam guide has just been uploaded for Nov 2012 and it does not make for pretty reading!!
If you are re-sitting next week, then it is a vital read for the weekend.
I will just pick up on some of the most important points the examiner made
-Financial risk is 35% of the syllabus and it is likely this could be examined in more than 1 question so do not leave out areas of the syllabus.
Hi all, I’m Adrian, CIMA’s online magazine editor and also a CIMAsphere moderator. If you’ve seen me before on the boards, hello again; if not, hello for the first time, and welcome to my first CIMAsphere blog!
As editor of Velocity, our student e-magazine, I’m going to be writing a piece at each issue’s release to ensure you find the best study help. We also very much welcome your ideas and feedback on the magazine in the comments section below, so we can ensure we are delivering the best resource for you.
Hi all Gateway students.
At a recent induction day at CIMA Chapter Street, the most commonly asked questions from students was "Where do I begin with Gateway"?
Hi all "extra students"
For those of you taking P1 you should now be thinking about practising some past exam papers before the big day. Ideally aim to complete too full mock papers in the required time (3hrs 20 minutes).
Six months on from the London Games, what have the biggest lessons been?
Enterprise Exams made EASY...!
Will you be able to evidence integrity in your exams? Fact or Fiction is a new report compiling discussions from four markets in Europe, Asia and Africa outlining the skills needed to be a successful business partner. As finance partners more frequently with different functional units it is important to re-affirm independence and objectivity.
Kaplan and Norton's balanced scorecard turns 20 this year, but today's 'strategy map' version bears little resemblance to the straightforward four-quadrant original many of us remember fondly from our CIMA exams - the Tesco steering wheel, for example, is a lot harder to draw!
With P3 resit papers around the corner how comfortable are you with your ethical performance. Are you going for gold or are you likely to be in the dark side of the grey zone, feeling shame alongside those from recent corporate scandals for not acting in the public interest.
There are lots of resources to help you do the right thing in your exams, and the right thing professionally.