TIPS for written parts of Budgeting EXAM?!

I just don't know where I went wrong? I feel like my answer was very similar to sample answers, only I may not have written in "email style" when asked to.

Answers

  • ChrisJ30ChrisJ30 Just Joined CambridgePosts: 90MAAT
    Hello,

    Have you requested your feedback?
  • gabriellenlewisgabriellenlewis Posts: 102AAT Student
    CPJames said:

    Hello,

    Have you requested your feedback?

    hello. yes, it just doesn't really help other than tell me that it's the written questions i'm not doing well on.
  • ChrisJ30ChrisJ30 Just Joined CambridgePosts: 90MAAT
    Are you on 2013 or 2016 syl? Does it say not met requirement, met?
  • gabriellenlewisgabriellenlewis Posts: 102AAT Student
    > @CPJames said:
    > Are you on 2013 or 2016 syl? Does it say not met requirement, met?

    2013. It tells me if I've met, borderline, below etc. So therefore I know which areas I'm struggling with (written parts), however I don't know where I'm going wrong with the written parts.
  • Rebecca_JORDISONRebecca_JORDISON Posts: 10Registered
    i asked my tutor for written exam questions, and she marked them for me, gave me a good indicator where i was struggling. I just did LOTS of them and just practised until it became automatic, kind of!
  • hal978hal978 Posts: 17Registered
    For task 5, I think you get marks by stating the change from the previous year (percentage and absolute), and even by saying something like "I hereby submit the budget for approval".

    It may help to read the assessment performance feedback for each of the years 2014-2016, if you have not already done so.
    Level 4 AQ2013:
    Financial Statements - Competent - June 2017
    Budgeting - Competent - July 2017
    Financial Performance - Competent - September 2017
  • ncraggsncraggs Just Joined Posts: 52Registered, Tutor
    AAT Distance Learning Director First Intuition www.fi.co.uk
    gabriellenlewis
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