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Im currently working through the mocks in the BPP practice kit and I’m a little unsure on how to mark my answers.
If I have an audit risk question and the way i have worded my audit risk is not worded in a way that matches the BPP answer but my response matches the practice kit would i get a mark for my audit response. Or does the audit risk have to be correct to be able get marks at the response side.
similarly if a question asks for 3 control objectives and i write down 5, i know the maximum marks i can get is 3 marks, but would the examiner go through all 5 control objectives to determine if any of them are suitable or just stop after 3.
It sounds strange that you would have correct auditor response if you haven’t identified the risk but you would get credit for each correct point. The marker will read everything you write.