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FAE Core Assessment

Chartered Grind School AAFRP Course:

· Lecturer: Liam Doran

· Date: Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th October 2019.

· Time: 9.30am to 5pm

· Location: AccountancySchool.ie, 5 Lad Lane, Dublin 2.

· Cost €160

· Objective: To cover the examinable accounting standards and to use past exam papers and other materials to help you perform at your maximum on the day of the exam.

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CGS is an education centre designed specifically for students taking the CAP 2 and FAE exams of Chartered Accountants Ireland. It is led by Liam Doran FCCA, MBS (Finance) and Dave O’Donoghue FCCA, MSc (Accounting) Dip IFR.

Chartered Grind School is part of the AccountancySchool.ie Group.

Between them Liam and Dave have over 40 years lecturing experience to ACCA, ICAI, CIMA and CPA students. . We pride ourselves on delivering intensive, exam focused revision seminars to ensure that you get through your exams. We have updated all of our revision materials for the 2019/2020 courses to ensure that in an open book exam environment, you the student, can rest assured that you have the highest chances of success!

Assessment 2019/2020 – FAE Core AAFRP (Advanced Application of Financial Reporting Principles)

· Interim Assessment

· Open Book

· 7th December 2019

· 130 minutes (including reading time)

· 11 questions combining technical financial reporting, analysis and judgement.

o Section 1: Five compulsory journal completion questions.

o Section 2: Three compulsory “Cloze style” disclosure questions.

o Section 3: Three compulsory journal completion questions.

More detailed information on each question type is outlined in the AAFRP Toolkit. Relevant standards are indicated on page 21/22 of the Competence Statement.

'I found the lectures very helpful in what can be a very difficult time. Dave and Liam instilled a lot of confidence about the exams and without them I don't think I would have got through the exams at both CAP 2 and FAE'

Bernard Brogan, Dublin Football Star and former CGS student