2019年3月ACCA考试FM考试报告下载

2019-05-05 14:57 来源:会计通

 2019年3月ACCA考试已经结束,考试成绩也于4月15日准时公布。在本次考季当中,FM一科的考试通过率达到了50%,令人高兴的是,本次FM的考试通过率有所上升,创造了近年来的最高值。针对本次FM考试,官方公布了相应的考试报告,具体内容如下:

The examining team share their observations from the marking process to highlight strengths and weaknesses in candidates’ performance, and to offer constructive advice for future candidates. General comments The Financial Management exam is offered in both computer-based (CBE) and paper-based (PBE) formats. The structure of the exam is the same in both formats, but the CBE exam delivery model means that candidates do not all receive the same set of questions.  Section A objective test questions – we focus on two specific questions that caused difficulty in this sitting of the exam  Section B case-based objective test questions – here we look at the strengths and weaknesses in specific syllabus areas  Section C constructed response questions - here we provide commentary around some of the main themes that have affected candidates’ performance in this section of the exam, identifying common knowledge gaps and offering guidance on where exam technique could be improved, including in the use of the CBE functionality in answering these questions. Congratulations to those candidates who were successful in this examination diet. If you were not successful, we hope that you will study the content of this report carefully as part of your preparation for your next attempt. Performance in the March 2019 examination diet was generally satisfactory and there were some very good individual performances. That said, it is disappointing to see that some candidates were inadequately prepared for the Financial Management examination. As has been said in previous examiner’s reports, candidates preparing for this examination need to study the whole of the syllabus in order to be able to cope with the type of questions set in this test of Financial Management skills. This is particularly true of Section C of this examination, where candidates are expected to demonstrate in-depth knowledge through performing detailed calculations, and discussing and explaining Financial Management concepts as applied to the given scenarios. In order to do this, candidates must prepare well for the examination through dedicated study and question practice, and be ready to apply this knowledge to the Section C questions. In general, candidates were well prepared in some areas of the syllabus, particularly those that have featured regularly such as performing a discounted cash flow appraisal of an investment project. However, candidates were less prepared to demonstrate knowledge in other areas of the syllabus such as ‘Determining working capital needs and funding strategies’ and ‘Estimating the cost of capital’