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Do you might know if i partially reply correct to one question at the exams if i can get part of the total marks on that question or not? thanks
You can, depending on whether the question has been split. I am sure of it in the section B part but not so much in the MCQs. Just to confirm, do you mean in the real exam or the mock on this site?
Seems like you are new, what course are you studying?
I’m actually studying for Financial accounting, and it’s my first exam…
I try to better explain my question. in the section B, for instance, if my answers are partially correct, could i get some of the total marks of the question or not?
2enri2, you will probably find the following useful-
Hope this helps.
Let’s take for instance the exercise over the cash flows. the total marks is 15 marks, if i answer correct partially to the questions, can i take 10 marks for example? or the final result will 15 marks or nill?
Each part of the question says how many marks are given and you get the marks for each part of the question you get right. You will find plenty of examples of what I mean in your Revision Kit and on the ACCA website.
Enrico the question on consolidation is divided into different tasks but to the same scenario. So yes, it is possible to get 10 out of 15 of the theory part of the question. And the same applies for the question of preparing financial statement.
When is your paper?
Hi all, thanks for your answers, it’s more clear now. i will take the exam tue 2nd of August
Lucky you, mine is first of august.
2enri2, you are welcome. Good luck to you and richieakins15 with your forthcoming exams and with your future studies.
Thank You so much @mrjonbain.
richieakins15, you are welcome.
Please how do I deal with revaluation surplus in a consolidated statement of financial position?
And please specify if it is revenue reserve or not. Or do I also treat it like I would treat retained earnings?