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  • lizrochfordlizrochford Feels At Home Posts: 57Registered
    part 2 was really easy took me 30 minutes to do.
  • kodakoda Feels At Home Posts: 52Registered
    I agree - it was a very misleading question with the warehousing I think!
  • tonitowletonitowle Feels At Home Posts: 32Registered
    my minds gone blank , i cant even remember what part 2 was!
  • po1988po1988 Feels At Home Posts: 39Registered
    Did everyone put the revised turnover at 950000 * £12
    and the material at 950000* £7.35
    Got confuesed at the surplus stock thing, all my figures where just based on the 950000
  • chrimchrim Settling In Nicely Posts: 18Registered
    ah i just reduced them for symon not karli :( i divided total warehouse cost by original total garments sold then multiplied by karlis total garments.....
  • taskeytaskey Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 1,800Registered
    flexed budgets
  • wolfewolfe Well-Known Posts: 121Registered
    ya section 2 was easy
  • marie555marie555 Just Joined Posts: 4Registered
    Marie...I got £281, 040 too
    what about the 1169250?
  • kjg-kjkjg-kj Feels At Home Posts: 68Registered
    I think I got an overall variance of £232,000 favourable (or something to that figure) on the Operating profit at the bottom for Section 2
  • dobbieobbydobbieobby Well-Known Posts: 231Registered
    Part 2 was so easy I had to re-read the questions over and over again that that was all they wanted! However, reading what you put on section 1 I've 100% failed :-(
    I got a loss on the first statement and made up the second statement. Is it just me or was this paper (first section) world's apart from all the others???
  • kjg-kjkjg-kj Feels At Home Posts: 68Registered
    chrim wrote: »
    ah i just reduced them for symon not karli :( i divided total warehouse cost by original total garments sold then multiplied by karlis total garments.....

    snap!!
  • The MasterThe Master Feels At Home Posts: 34Registered
    Everyones talking about one part of one question - what do you reckon that part was worth in terms of percentage of the whole exam?
    :confused1: assuming that you got it wrong?
  • karenvkarenv Well-Known Posts: 114Registered
    I took out delivery and warehousing for symon only... I think
  • HayleyHayley Settling In Nicely Posts: 23Registered
    taskey wrote: »
    what about part 2???

    easy???

    Think I got contribution per unit
    Budget - £0.72
    Actual - £0.90 (rounded up)

    Think budgeted profit something like £593k
  • tonitowletonitowle Feels At Home Posts: 32Registered
    Ahh yes - the flexed budgets and then laying it out so you could see contribution....yeah i found that all quite easy....i thought i was missing something at first cos it did seem very straight forward
  • playboybunny_110playboybunny_110 New Member Posts: 10Registered
    kjg-kj wrote: »
    I think I got an overall variance of £232,000 favourable (or something to that figure) on the Operating profit at the bottom for Section 2
    think i got something near to this too... i think i may have still messed it up though as have not dealt with the contribution correctly had complete memory loss wehn it came to this :(
  • JFJJFJ New Member Posts: 5Registered
    Section 2 i got an adverse variance of about £44k something???

    Anyone else..... please......?
  • kodakoda Feels At Home Posts: 52Registered
    Hayley wrote: »
    Think I got contribution per unit
    Budget - £0.72
    Actual - £0.90 (rounded up)

    Think budgeted profit something like £593k
    Snap with 0.72 and 0.90 for contributions :-)
  • The MasterThe Master Feels At Home Posts: 34Registered
    I think I got 0.72 or 0.74 but defo got 0.90 rounded up
  • tonitowletonitowle Feels At Home Posts: 32Registered
    koda wrote: »
    Snap with 0.72 and 0.90 for contributions :-)

    Snap :thumbup1:
  • kjg-kjkjg-kj Feels At Home Posts: 68Registered
    Damn my contibution was budgeted at 0.36 per unit and actual at 0.41 per unit I think
  • karenvkarenv Well-Known Posts: 114Registered
    Sounds like what I got
  • taskeytaskey Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 1,800Registered
    i think i got an adverse too - cant remember, i do remember in my report saying that on the original budget it shows a big profit but after flexing the profit is not as great as it should have been
  • marie555marie555 Just Joined Posts: 4Registered
    Hayley wrote: »
    Think I got contribution per unit
    Budget - £0.72
    Actual - £0.90 (rounded up)

    Think budgeted profit something like £593k
    I got same contributions and 579,200 profit
  • kmvkmv New Member Posts: 6Registered
    part 2 very easy
    part 1 i thought i would cry. I got loss 1st and even bigger loss for proposal, nothing made sense, i screw it up :crying:
  • chrimchrim Settling In Nicely Posts: 18Registered
    kjg-kj wrote: »
    snap!!

    yipppeee glad you agreed with me i got my first figure wrong i think at the end got 541something lol but think my second figure agrees with the 1mill everyones putting, can anyone remember section 2 what they got as answer from flex budget
  • kodakoda Feels At Home Posts: 52Registered
    Think my overall was 200k something favourable variance.... I can't remember exactly though! doh!
  • kmvkmv New Member Posts: 6Registered
    koda wrote: »
    Snap with 0.72 and 0.90 for contributions :-)
    Yep, i got exactly 0.72 and actual 0.90
  • Big BirdBig Bird Feels At Home Posts: 62Registered
    kmv wrote: »
    part 2 very easy
    part 1 i thought i would cry. I got loss 1st and even bigger loss for proposal, nothing made sense, i screw it up :crying:

    Me too its was my last exam and it is going to be my first resit:crying::crying::crying::crying::crying:
  • lizrochfordlizrochford Feels At Home Posts: 57Registered
    kmv wrote: »
    part 2 very easy
    part 1 i thought i would cry. I got loss 1st and even bigger loss for proposal, nothing made sense, i screw it up :crying:

    KMV I didn't get the right figures for the first part either!!!
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