- November 27, 2015 at 6:23 pm #285767ChandanMember
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How likely is it for the examiner to ask us to prepare full cash flow statement as 15 marks question for December 15?November 27, 2015 at 8:48 pm #285806khalidnazir1983Member
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No, it will come in cbe exam ready format you just put the information what he asksd like profit before changes in working capital and mention Inventory,receivables and payables and in default he will mention add or less and then you will choose the correct answer so many small small points he will ask but you should have to know about the preparation cash Flow completelyDecember 5, 2015 at 12:13 pm #287817ErinMember
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I was about to post something up about the same topic. i’m sitting this exam for the 3rd time and previously usually left the Cashflow section til last but this time round i’m making sure to spend proper time on it. The last time this came up as a full 30 marker I think was back in 2013 (I looked through all the past exam papers) and that was the old format so I really can’t see this being a 30 marker or even a 15 marker this time.
Anyone else have any other opinions on this?December 5, 2015 at 5:25 pm #287942GeorgeMember
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I think no cash flows will come up , examiner keeps saying how students can’t proper interpret using ratios so he keeps examining them . And part of ratios question is looking at cash flows in the company and analyzing them .December 7, 2015 at 10:22 am #288431dannyw1984Member
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i hope the full prep of a cash flow turns up – there are 4 or 5 easy marks just putting in the opening/closing/movement in cash position and the rec/pay/inventories figures (increase or decrease). also, profit before tax is half a mark, so some nice easy marks here – add back in depreciation, add back a loss or remove a gain on selling ppe etc and you can have 5 or 6 marks easy from a 15 mark question.
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