The headings in this checklist/index indicate the main topics of questions, but questions often
cover several different topics.
Past exam questions are designated with the date of the exam in which they featured, although
some have been amended to reflect subsequent changes to the syllabus or in the format of the
exam. Prior to September 2018, Performance Management (PM) was known as F5 Performance
Since September 2015 there have been four exam sittings per year, but ACCA only publish two
exams' worth of questions per year. These releases are compiled from questions selected from the
preceding sessions. These compilation exams are denoted as 'Mar/Jun' and 'Sept/Dec' in the
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