The course will provide you with:
 A full breakdown of the two 2020 September/December scenario based questions with answer analysis and ACCA tutor insights
 My exclusive to Udemy ACCA PM (F5) notes are downloadable and follow the videos in the course to help your revision
 Tutor insights as a current accountancy & finance lecturer and from my experience as an ACCA student and now as a qualified member
 ACCA exam tips and specific advice to help you pass your upcoming Performance Management (PM/F5) exam
 A detailed review and analysis of the 2020 September/December mark schemes to maximise marks in your exam
The course content will cover the follow topics in ACCA Performance Management (PM/F5) syllabus:
Topic 1 : Contribution per unit calculation and meaning
Topic 2 : Break-even analysis calculation and interpretation
Topic 3 : Margin of Safety (MoS) calculation and analysis
Topic 4 : Financial and non-financial factors affecting decision making
Topic 5 : Non-profit organisations and their objectives
Topic 6 : Actual performance vs objective performance with explanations
Topic 7 : Qualitative and quantitative data analysis
Extra ACCA resources in the course:
Resources have been included to ACCA approved technical articles that have been linked together with the relevant materials for you to access and gain a better understanding of the Performance Management (F5) syllabus.
Detailed course description:
The course is designed to take you through a full ACCA approved Performance Management (PM/F5) past exam paper from the September/December 2020 sample. The resources reviewed in the course are ACCA approved materials and it highly recommended you attempt these before your PM (F5) exam. By the end of the course and from trying the questions yourself along with my ACCA insights, you will understand how to interpret the requirements and scenarios better to apply in your ACCA exam to help you pass. Overall, the course will give you confidence to then start attempting more revision and past paper questions, applying the techniques to help you pass from my experience and insights.
Best of luck with your ACCA PM (F5) exam and I hope the tips, insights and expert advice can be the difference in achieving your 50+ pass mark.