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FAB

PAPER F1
ACCOUNTANT IN BUSINESS
BPP Learning Media is the sole ACCA Platinum Approved Learning Partner – content for the FIA and ACCA qualifications. In this, the only FAB/F1 Study Text to be reviewed by the examiner:


We highlight the most important elements in the syllabus and the key skills you will need



We signpost how each chapter links to the syllabus and the study guide



We provide lots of exam focus points demonstrating what the examiner will want you to do



We emphasise key points in regular fast forward summaries



We test your knowledge of what you’ve studied in quick quizzes



We examine your understanding in our exam question bank



We reference all the important topics in our full index

BPP’s Practice & Revision Kit and i-Pass products also support this paper.

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FIA FAB and ACCA Paper F1 are examined under the same syllabus and study guide.

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FAB/F1 ACCOUNTANT IN BUSINESS

First edition March 2011
Third edition September 2013
ISBN 9781 4453 7026 2
Previous ISBN 9781 4453 9965 2 eISBN 9781 4453 7061 3
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