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SUGGESTED APPROACH TO THIS PAPER
Decide in advance whether you will attempt section A, B or C first so that you are not wasting time on this decision in the real examination.
- This is a personal choice and you have time on the revision phase to try out different approaches, for example, if you sit mock examinations.
- A common approach is to tackle the short section A questions first, so they are out of the way, then section B and finally the longer constructed response questions in section C.
- Others may prefer to tackle the longer section B and C questions first, as they will take longer than the individual questions in section A.
You should complete at least one mock examination under examination conditions to try out your chosen approach in advance.
Whatever your approach though, you must make sure that you leave enough time to attempt all questions fully and be very strict with yourself in timing each question.
READING AND PLANNING
The F6 examination will be 3 hours 15 minutes long, with no separate time allocated for reading and planning. However, reading and planning remain crucial elements of your examination technique and is important that you allocate time in the examination to this.
Spend time reading the examination paper carefully. As stated earlier, we recommend that
15 minutes should be spent reading the paper, paying particular attention to sections B and C, where questions will be based on longer scenarios than the 2 mark OTs in section A
Whatever happens, always keep your eye on the clock and do not over run on any part of any question!
As all questions are compulsory, there are no decisions to be made about choice of questions, other than in which order you would like to tackle them.
Therefore, in relation to F6, we recommend that you take the following approach with your reading and planning:
There is very little information to consider for each section A question and there should be no need to plan your answers so don’t waste your reading and planning time on section A – go straight to sections B and C.
- Skim through sections B and C of the paper, assessing the level of difficulty of each question.
- Write down on the question paper next to the mark allocation the amount of time you should spend on each part. Do this for each part of every question or part of question.
- Decide the order in which you think you will attempt each question in sections B and C:
A common approach is to tackle the question you think is the easiest and you are most comfortable with first.
Others may prefer to tackle the longest questions first, or conversely leave them to the last. It is usual however for students to tackle their least favourite topic and/or the most difficult
question in their opinion last.
Whatever your approach, you must make sure that you leave enough time to attempt all questions fully and be very strict with yourself in timing each question.
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