I started this blog four years ago when I was on the operational level of the CIMA ladder, it’s come a long way since then.
My first blog post was discussing the merits of online study materials against the bulkier ways of studying with traditional text books and my last one was about completing the qualification.
Full circle you might say.
The idea behind starting the blog was to share my experiences and opinions on studying for CIMA. I also felt it would be a great motivational tool for me as I progress through the levels.
I found by writing blog posts and researching the tougher CIMA subjects, it was a great way for me to learn and pass my exams. Being able to provoke discussion and interaction from other students was also invaluable for me and something I enjoyed.
Like most blogs, they need a good clean up and freshen up to avoid becoming stale.
With the new 2019 syllabus on the horizon and having become a ACMA, CGMA myself, it now seems the perfect time to revamp The CIMA Student.
The over-riding aim of the blog remains the same, helping other students on the path to CIMA success.
I’d also like to add that the site does contain affiliate links to Astranti and Practice Tests Academy. They are both providers that have served me well when taking and passing CIMA exams and I would only recommend resources I have first-hand using myself.
The commission I have earned has enabled me to cover the domain and design costs as well as recently removing the WordPress ads that used to plague the site.
The site looks cleaner and will allow me to focus on advertising smaller CIMA tuition providers and tutors, in return for expert content and advice.
I hope you enjoy the next chapter of ”The CIMA Student”