FPC Certification


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janam

Hi
I am planning to take FPC this october. What is the best material to
buy from cii.co.uk for this preparation? they have different course
options ranging from £35 - £135 for each subject. But i don't want to
pay too much money, I would appreciate any suggestion regarding the
exam.

thanks
janam
 
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Laura

janam said:
Hi
I am planning to take FPC this october. What is the best material to
buy from cii.co.uk for this preparation? they have different course
options ranging from £35 - £135 for each subject. But i don't want to
pay too much money, I would appreciate any suggestion regarding the
exam.

thanks
janam
Are you taking all three papers this October?

You will probably need the course manuals as a bare minimum, and I would
strongly recommend past papers at least for FP3. However, take that with a
pinch of salt as I took FP2 this afternoon and FP3 is tomorrow, so I don't
know if I've passed yet :)

Laura.
 
T

Timothy Lee

janam said:
Hi
I am planning to take FPC this october. What is the best material to
buy from cii.co.uk for this preparation? they have different course
options ranging from £35 - £135 for each subject. But i don't want to
pay too much money, I would appreciate any suggestion regarding the
exam.
Coursebook for each paper plus a couple of past papers, in addition
there is a work book for paper 3 with lots of questions and worked
through answers.
 
T

Timothy Lee

Laura said:
You will probably need the course manuals as a bare minimum, and I would
strongly recommend past papers at least for FP3. However, take that with a
pinch of salt as I took FP2 this afternoon and FP3 is tomorrow, so I don't
know if I've passed yet :)
I'm sure you will be OK, after all they are fairly straightforward.
 
A

Arfie

Timothy said:
Coursebook for each paper plus a couple of past papers, in addition
there is a work book for paper 3 with lots of questions and worked
through answers.
Yep, fully agree with that, that's what I had when I took mine years ago and
also the AFPC. I would also recommend the books by BPP they are written
slightly better and enable better understanding but do not have all the
details in the CII material, you need this aswell.

Good luck.

Arfie
 
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Timothy Lee

Arfie said:
Yep, fully agree with that, that's what I had when I took mine years ago and
also the AFPC. I would also recommend the books by BPP they are written
slightly better and enable better understanding but do not have all the
details in the CII material, you need this aswell.
When doing the MAQ, after some struggling, I was able to find a workbook
of questions for both the multi-guess section and the written section,
and if anything this was probably more useful than the CII textbook
folder.
 
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