sjb958 wrote: »
dingaling can i just say that ur pretty dumb and you don't really know what you're talking about!
Regarding the abnormal gain question:
it was an abnormal gain of 40! the expected amout was 475 (500 x 5% loss) and we got an actual amount of 515. This is an unexpected gain of 40. (ie 40 more than 475 that was expected)
So the input of 500 and unexpected gain of 40 went on the left
and the output of 515 and normal loss of 25 went on the right.
I think you should reread your books mate before you start slagging off other people
anitag wrote: »
can anyone remember any of the details of this question. Can't remember what I did?
kirsty20 wrote: »
Please could everyone who feels that the ECR exam on monday 30/11/09 was poor compared to what we have been taught and studied, contact the aat by email as I have done and so have many others, as it states that all emails will be read and will influence the marking. Also their is a feedback questionnaire , if you type feedback in the search box, youll find it, again as many of us that fill this out the better, as a lot of us feel disadvantaged by the exam paper and again aat have to take this in to consideration, this has to be done as soon as possible before 9th December as after this they will be marking the papers, apparently once read all students remarks and assed the paper and how everyone managed with it they will then set the marking standard, I know a lot of you are aware of this, so dont mean to appear as if I am telling you something you already know, but I only found out yesterday my self, and if their is others who dont know we need to get our feedback in, and perhaps stand a chance of acheiving that mark we all deserve, as like the rest of you the amount of study I put in was unbelievable and the questions asked were something else. Obviously we all need to be truthful in giving our feedback.
dingaling wrote: »
Whatever mate! its physically impossible to get out more than you put in and if YOU read the definition of abnormal gains the gain comes from the expected loss. nob
dingaling wrote: »
Not being funny mate, but I know what an abnormal gain is thanks. Its physically impossible to get more out than you put in which is why my totor is ringing AAT tmro to find out.
As for getting it wrong, I think you are making the wrong assumption because I know how to work out the cost per kg based on the exoected output.
Please don't talk to me anymore, and I would recommend buying a new book!
catheriner3482 wrote: »
clearly you don't know what an abnormal gain is, or you would know it's a gain that's abnormal, not expected, shouldn't happed! but has happend. look in ur book and you'll see it's called an abnormal gain!
flower wrote: »
ECR CBE is even harder especially when you are not able to show workings and pick up extra marks. There is only one correct answer. Nothing like the practise one on AAT.