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  • kjg-kjkjg-kj Feels At Home Posts: 68Registered
    Did anyone else get a lower figure for the contribution per unit, I got 0.36 and 0.41
  • chrimchrim Settling In Nicely Posts: 18Registered
    me too :)
  • kmvkmv New Member Posts: 6Registered
    Can somebody tell me what answers should be for part1, please?
    Part 1 was sooooo unclear and sooooo misleading..... anybody agree?
  • beerbluebeerblue New Member Posts: 7Registered
    I wouldn't worry too much if I was you.
    you may have made a mistake on one nuber that threw the rest out.
    If you have used the correct calculations but wrong figure, you will still get marks.
  • taskeytaskey Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 1,800Registered
    kjg-kj wrote: »
    Did anyone else get a lower figure for the contribution per unit, I got 0.36 and 0.41

    i think i did, not 100% sure

    i did

    turnover

    variable
    semi variable

    total of variables

    contribution total
    contribution per unit

    fixed costs

    operating profit
  • laurloulaurlou Settling In Nicely Posts: 23Registered
    marie555 wrote: »
    I got same contributions and 579,200 profit

    o dear i dint do it per unit :s
  • The MasterThe Master Feels At Home Posts: 34Registered
    i got 15% and 20% for the first two answers
  • kmvkmv New Member Posts: 6Registered
    that would be this same in my case. Last exam and probably 1st resit :(
  • Chris023Chris023 Feels At Home Posts: 93Registered
    I think I got the 232,000 F Variance..

    I think I got the contribution figures.

    The email..... Was it only asking to explain the benefits of flexible budgets verses the normal.. As I did not actually bring figures into it
  • kjg-kjkjg-kj Feels At Home Posts: 68Registered
    Did everyone else include the variable part of the semi variable costs in the variable cost bit before the contribution?
  • Chris023Chris023 Feels At Home Posts: 93Registered
    I included the whole cost in the variable part for the semi - Variable costs.

    Although I think I have seen in previous exam papers that either way is correct
  • wolfewolfe Well-Known Posts: 121Registered
    i got losses both times but i showed every single working neatly.... is that enough?
  • tonitowletonitowle Feels At Home Posts: 32Registered
    I split them up into the semi variable part and fixed part.
    Put the semi variable section at the top, then contribution, then the fixed part of the cost at the bottom if that makes sense?
  • marie555marie555 Just Joined Posts: 4Registered
    kjg-kj wrote: »
    Did everyone else include the variable part of the semi variable costs in the variable cost bit before the contribution?
    I did, then the fixed parts below
  • beerbluebeerblue New Member Posts: 7Registered
    kjg-kj wrote: »
    Did everyone else include the variable part of the semi variable costs in the variable cost bit before the contribution?


    Yup
  • taskeytaskey Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 1,800Registered
    i put the semi variable (fixed and variabe parts) at the top with the variable costs
  • lewpylewlewpylew Well-Known Posts: 216Registered
    Re-sit coming up for me - I was in such a panic and completely messed up the lay out for question 2. I did it as per the operating budget shown so guess I have lost marked. Think my variances were ok but doubt this will get me through. So, so upset but nothing I can do now....
  • liz72liz72 Just Joined Posts: 4Registered
    PCR paper

    Was there any limiting factor in Section 1?

    I was so time-pressured and there was a lot of info to take in that it only occurred to me afterwards - was there a constraint? It didn't jump out at me (unless it was buried somewhere in the first 2 pages).

    Also, what did you get on the operating profit/ how did you deal with it? I'm not sure I ended up calculating this right (i.e. taking account of fixed o/hs and both products or not).

    ???????? :confused1:
  • playboybunny_110playboybunny_110 New Member Posts: 10Registered
    lewpylew wrote: »
    Re-sit coming up for me - I was in such a panic and completely messed up the lay out for question 2. I did it as per the operating budget shown so guess I have lost marked. Think my variances were ok but doubt this will get me through. So, so upset but nothing I can do now....

    this is what i did too :001_unsure:
  • JFJJFJ New Member Posts: 5Registered
    Glad its not just me then...!

    Off to revise for PTC tomorrow yipppppeeeee

    Good luck to all those doing PTC tomorrow.
  • kjg-kjkjg-kj Feels At Home Posts: 68Registered
    Does anyone else remember what they got for the overall profit variance at the verry bottom?
  • cs_1988cs_1988 Well-Known Posts: 231Registered
    Answers i got were.... (Not saying their right!!)
    20%
    15%
    £12
    £9
    £5
    £4.50
    £7
    £6
    £0.2
    £0.2
    £0.08
    £0.06
    £0.15
    £0.15
    87,400
    0.04

    281 040 - Original Plan Profit
    1111250 - Revised Plan
    579200 - Flexed Budget Budget

    I doubt many people will have the same answwers, there were so many places to make a small mistake!!
  • beerbluebeerblue New Member Posts: 7Registered
    JFJ wrote: »
    Glad its not just me then...!

    Off to revise for PTC tomorrow yipppppeeeee

    Good luck to all those doing PTC tomorrow.


    God knows how some of you have revised for 4 exams this week.

    I only had the PEV and PCR and my heads nearly exploded.
    :eek:
  • chrimchrim Settling In Nicely Posts: 18Registered
    i got this too taskey :)
  • laurloulaurlou Settling In Nicely Posts: 23Registered
    lewpylew wrote: »
    Re-sit coming up for me - I was in such a panic and completely messed up the lay out for question 2. I did it as per the operating budget shown so guess I have lost marked. Think my variances were ok but doubt this will get me through. So, so upset but nothing I can do now....


    Do you mean in section one i copied the operating statement to do the revised one if thats what you mean?
  • taskeytaskey Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 1,800Registered
    same as me, but i do wish i had done DFS yesterday. i think i could have managed that.

    Tracy
  • karenvkarenv Well-Known Posts: 114Registered
    JFJ wrote: »
    Glad its not just me then...!

    Off to revise for PTC tomorrow yipppppeeeee

    Good luck to all those doing PTC tomorrow.
    I also did that then realised my mistake when I re read the question so re worked it to show the contribution
  • tonitowletonitowle Feels At Home Posts: 32Registered
    cs_1988 wrote: »
    Answers i got were.... (Not saying their right!!)
    20%
    15%
    £12
    £9
    £5
    £4.50
    £7
    £6
    £0.2
    £0.2
    £0.08
    £0.06
    £0.15
    £0.15
    87,400
    0.04

    281 040 - Original Plan Profit
    1111250 - Revised Plan
    579200 - Flexed Budget Budget

    I doubt many people will have the same answwers, there were so many places to make a small mistake!!

    No sure about original/revised figures cos i just cant remember what i put, but i definately had all the other figures
  • cs_1988cs_1988 Well-Known Posts: 231Registered
    Chris023 wrote: »
    yep I think I got the 281 and the 111, I remember the revised being 111 something due to all the 1's
    Hayley wrote: »
    I got £281,040 for the first one and £1,111,250 for the revised

    HAHA Me too, i so jope your right!!!!
  • mistermanmisterman New Member Posts: 8Registered
    WAREHOUSING - the answer

    If you sell to the department store, they will have the warehousing costs, not you! So, do not include warehouse costs cos there aren't any!

    Also Wolfe with an E - I got a loss too, and I think if anyone got a profit, they missed something.
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