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If you like the structured learning environment of a classroom but want to study from work or home, then Live Online is for you. Apply your knowledge for the exam with a Live Online revision course.
Question Based Day
Completing a mock exam under timed exam conditions is the best way to prepare for the real thing. This revision course gives you the tools to do that. Plus extra practice questions to familiarise yourself with question and answer formats.
Our Exam Kit will show you what you'll face in the exam with ACCA past exam questions and answers and last minute revision support. You'll also receive the handy sized Pocket Notes. All materials are from Kaplan Publishing, an ACCA-approved content provider, included in the course fee and delivered to your chosen address.
We'll be helping you at every stage of your studies. During the live lectures, you can post questions and comments in the chat panel. At other times, you can post questions for them on the discussion forums or email your tutor directly - the easiest way is to click on the 'Email my tutor' button on MyKaplan.
Get a Lifetime Pass Guarantee when you upgrade to the Ultimate Learning Experience by ordering a Tuition course, Revision course and Question Based Day in the same transaction.
Watch the video on the left to find out more about Live Online.
Live Online is a revolutionary, interactive way to study wherever you are, offering the benefits of the traditional classroom but with the flexibility of the online environment.
Find out how to gain maximum marks with constructive feedback on your mock exam and practice questions. It can make all the difference between a pass and a fail!
Improve your exam technique - it's not just about knowing the right answers. We'll show you how to develop exam day skills and therefore your confidence.
The Skills module must be attempted before the Essentials or Options modules.
Within each module you can take the subjects in any order. P2 should be attempted with or before P7.
Contact us if you need any advice on which subjects to take or read our syllabus guide.