O-Level POA

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Re: POA

Post by Wint3rNights » Thu Jun 05, 2014 6:08 pm

Kiasugradmaster, if you need some tutor to assist you, you can PM me. Im willing to teach POA and im currently doing my ACCA

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Re: Having difficulty with New Principles of Accounts Syllab

Post by kitty2 » Wed Oct 22, 2014 1:42 pm

stan0015 wrote:Answer to pm query:
What's the difference between old n new syllabus?

1. Personal opinion is that new syllabus is much easier to grasp but school teachers are having difficulty trying cope with teaching new and old syllabus at the same time (sec 4 n 5 still at old syllabus)

2. New syllabus is all about columnar format no more teaching of t a/cs even though format is still accepted by Cambridge

3. There are currently no assessment books in the market for new syllabus. I am currently working with publisher to come up with one

4. Foundation is key. If ur child is already grasping the double entry well in school, I don't think there is a need for tuition. However, if he/she is losing interest in POA due to double entry concepts. This raises concern as they will be very lost all the way till secondary 4.

Two cents worth. Thanks

Can you recommend POA assessment and guid books for sec 3 NA?

Thanks

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Re: O-Level POA

Post by kitty2 » Sun Jan 10, 2016 10:46 am

Anyone can share how to do well in POA?My friend's son who is taking N level this year is still quite lost :sad:

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Re: O-Level POA

Post by poaonlinetutor » Sun Jan 10, 2016 11:00 pm

kitty2 wrote:Anyone can share how to do well in POA?My friend's son who is taking N level this year is still quite lost :sad:
1. Memorise and understand the qualitative concepts, e.g. difference between bookkeeping and accounting, etc. This should secure 20% of the marks.

2. Be very familiar with A=L+OE and double entries.

3. Take special effort to understand accrual accounting as a lot of the syllabus (e.g. adjustments, non-current assets, etc.) revolve around this concept.

4. Get help if needed. It's good to have someone explain these concepts.


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Re: O-Level POA

Post by kitty2 » Mon Jan 11, 2016 9:29 am

poaonlinetutor wrote:
kitty2 wrote:Anyone can share how to do well in POA?My friend's son who is taking N level this year is still quite lost :sad:
1. Memorise and understand the qualitative concepts, e.g. difference between bookkeeping and accounting, etc. This should secure 20% of the marks.

2. Be very familiar with A=L+OE and double entries.

3. Take special effort to understand accrual accounting as a lot of the syllabus (e.g. adjustments, non-current assets, etc.) revolve around this concept.

4. Get help if needed. It's good to have someone explain these concepts.
:thankyou:

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Re: O-Level POA

Post by sushigal » Sun Aug 14, 2016 10:08 pm

kitty2 wrote:Anyone can share how to do well in POA?My friend's son who is taking N level this year is still quite lost :sad:
Hi

You may PM me directly.

Thank you.

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Re: O-Level POA

Post by liyuanyyy » Fri Aug 26, 2016 10:19 pm

Overall, POA is not difficult. It will difficult at the beginning as all knowledge are very new to students. Students need a good guidance to help them build a solid foundation at the beginning

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Re: O-Level POA

Post by sushigal » Sun Aug 28, 2016 4:05 pm

Anyone here needs help in POA. You may PM me direct.

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Re: O-Level POA

Post by Milmil » Tue Feb 20, 2018 10:47 pm

Hi, need help for my son, Sec 4 O-level POA. Any good home tutor recommended?
With reasonable charges :sweat: Thanks

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