PE II model answers - the exam-room approach

May 1982
Accountancy;May82, Vol. 93 Issue 1065, p22
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The article reports on the publication of "Wooller's Guide to PE II: The Exam-Room Approach." The publication contains handwritten answers to the December 1981 examination in Great Britain. The answers are presented by experts who are young enough to understand the pressures and demands placed on the students.


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