noname1987 wrote: »
Yeah i too got something something 784 pretty certain. and it balanced first time which i was very relieved about.
what did people think to the '3 errors that would be prevented from a computerised accounting system' question in section 2? again this was a slightly new & different way of asking something they always cover in most papers. No matter how many past exam papers I seem to do every year they like sticking something new in there to throw you off track - and it works!! (or is it just me?!)
csillaegri wrote: »
I got 241874 in my trial balance and it balanced. Has anyone got something similar?
noobaccountant wrote: »
Can any of you guys remember what answer you got for your trial balance? Me and 2 of my friends got it to balance but all with different answers? Will we be heavily penailised the ones who got it wrong?
Vicky79 wrote: »
Does anyone know if we get our papers back and the chance to find out what we went wrong on, (hopefully not to much).
Can I also ask the people who are saying the trial balance figure 241,874 is that for the IAC paper. I did PLB and got something ending in 399 ?
Too late to wory about it now though,
Lisam wrote: »
I got a bit confused on Q1.6 I think it was, as there was a cash sale in the cash book, which I had not seen before in this type of question in the past papers and 2 Payments from creditors... & not enough lines for it all... ie should the payments have been added together for 1 PLCA entry so that you could fit Sales Vat & Bank in... or was the bank entry not required? who knows.....
noname1987 wrote: »
what did people think to the '3 errors that would be prevented from a computerised accounting system' question in section 2?
smokiemisty wrote: »
dpa and confidentiality issues
fire risk as not in a fire proof cabinet
electika wrote: »
There isnt a % pass rate. It is worked across the board ie how many people took the exam & how many marks people received. then they work out who passes & who fails. I know this doesnt seem fair really, but thats what we have been told. But on the other side we could all get about 40 to 45 % of the questions right & still pass if the majority of entrants got less. & vice versa.