5 Inspirational Books for Rapid Career Growth (and Why I Still Use Them)

How to take control of your accounting and finance profession

  When we start our CIMA qualification we do so with a purpose.  Whether it’s to be more respected in our current workplace, to earn more money, to live and work abroad, to make a real difference in the world, to fulfil our full potential, or any number of other meaningful reasons. But quite often, […]

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4 Things to Consider When Debating Your CIMA Study Options

If you’re weighing up your CIMA study options, you need to be quick and decisive. It’s great to have the flexibility of choosing a study method that fits around your life.  Rather than the other way around.  But with those different options to deliberate over, often comes confusion and delay. Not only does it take […]

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5 Ways to Retain More Information Before your CIMA Exam

Image: Flickr user liz west Just like students taking a CIMA exam, a Chess Grandmaster has a lot of information to learn. Firstly, you have to know the basics such as what each chess piece is, where it can move on the board and its effect on an opponent. Then there’s the matter of learning […]

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How to Find Motivation Even if You’ve Failed an Exam Multiple Times

As a CIMA student you are going to encounter setbacks. This could be something that happens in your personal life, problems with your work life or bad experiences with your studies. Speaking from my own days as a CIMA student, I encountered all of the above at some point or other. Whether it was my […]

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5 Lessons from Current Students on their CIMA Exam Experience in 2015

As you know I’m always looking to give you my best advice on the skills, approach, mindset, and exam technique required to become CIMA qualified. Luckily, having been through the CIMA exams and qualified myself I’m able to look back and give you my first hand experience of what works and what doesn’t. But with […]

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