ACCA PM (Performance Management)
Questions and Answers for Practice
Practice! Practice! PRACTICE!
It is always mentioned by ACCA Examiner to advise how to pass ACCA exams.
Attempting PM ACCA past papers is one of effective ways to master examination skills. However, the change of syllabus over the years result some of the questions are not relevant to the latest exam.
To provide the most relevant questions, it is the purpose we set up this question and answer for you to practice.
However, you are not only practicing the questions but also understand why and how the answers to come out.
It is important, especially, in the questions asking you to apply your knowledge.
In Performance Management (PM) paper, all questions are compulsory.
The 3-hour exam will assess all parts of the syllabus and will test knowledge and some comprehensive or application of this knowledge.
Section A includes 15 two-mark objective test questions covering all areas in the syllabus.
Section B comprises 3 ten-mark questions each containing five objective test questions.
Section C comprises two 20 marks constructed response questions. The questions will come from decision making techniques, budgeting and control, performance measurement and control areas of the syllabus.
In other words, Section A and Section B contributes 60% of total marks while Section C shares another 40%.
We divide the syllabus into nine sections in the practice. You can find out the questions in each section by just click the buttons below.