CIMA MCS August 2017: Aurora

CIMA MCS Aug 2017

The August 2017 MCS pre-seen materials have landed from CIMA, the case study is based on a company called Aurora and the official pre-seen materials can be found here.

The MCS exam from CIMA combines the knowledge you have learnt from the E2, P2 and F2 objective tests and puts it together in the format of a case study based exam. And the six weeks period beginning now is crucial for students taking the exam in August.

I posted an article earlier this month on the August 2017 case studies with advice on how to handle and be prepared exam day.

Aurora Automotive: What we know

  • Aurora specialises in cars and is focused on the mid-market for small hatchbacks, family saloons, sports cars and people carriers.
  • Aurora has acquired many smaller companies other time which has created the Aurora group.
  • They are striving to operate in a environmentally friendly manner.
  • The company was setup and is still based in Westland and is listed on the Westland stock exchange.

The Company Mission Statement

Our mission is to supply high-quality vehicles at a reasonable price for worldwide customer satisfaction.
Our vision is to build exciting, efficient, reliable and safe cars that customers will wish to buy and drive.

*The above information was taken from the official CIMA pre-seen materials

Aurora: Pre-seen video analysis

Once you have read through the pre-seen materials from CIMA and have had time to digest them and make your own notes, I would suggesting aligning your thoughts with the below Astranti video. The tutor covers all of the key information and will get you thinking on the specific areas of the CIMA syallabus you should be covering.

You can find the full set of videos on the August 2017 MCS here.

MCS: Astranti Full Course

If you found the pre-seen videos helpful then the MCS course from Astranti is worth looking into as they provide a clear study plan with LOTS of materials, mock exams and support to help you pass the MCS.

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