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PAPER F1 E,ACCOUNTANT IN BUSINESS,In this January 2010 new edition. x We discuss the best strategies for revising and taking your ACCA exams. x We show you how to be well prepared for the 2010 exams S. x We give you lots of great guidance on tackling questions. x We provide you with three mock exams including the Pilot paper. x We provide the ACCA examiner s answers as well as our own to the Pilot Paper as an O. additional revision aid,Our i Pass product also supports this paper. FOR EXAMS IN 2010,First edition 2007,Fourth edition January 2010. ISBN 9780 7517 8046 8,previous ISBN 9780 7517 6652 3. All our rights reserved No part of this publication may be. British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data, reproduced stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in.
A catalogue record for this book,any form or by any means electronic mechanical. is available from the British Library, photocopying recording or otherwise without the prior. written permission of BPP Learning Media Ltd,Published by. We are grateful to the Association of Chartered Certified. BPP Learning Media Ltd Accountants for permission to reproduce past. BPP House Aldine Place examination questions The answers to past examination. London W12 8AA questions have been prepared by BPP Learning Media. www bpp com learningmedia,Printed in the United Kingdom. Your learning materials published by BPP Learning,BPP Learning Media Ltd.
Media Ltd are printed on paper sourced from,sustainable managed forests. Contents Page,Finding questions,Question index iv, Using your BPP Learning Media Practice and Revision Kit vi. Passing F1,Revising F1 vii,General exam support from BPP Learning Media vii. Tackling multiple choice questions viii,Tackling objective test questions ix. Exam information x,The computer based examination x.
Questions and answers,Multiple choice questions 3,Objective test questions 35. Answers to multiple choice questions 67,Answers to objective test questions 89. Exam practice,Mock exam 1,x Questions 113,x Answers 123. Mock exam 2,x Questions 131,x Answers 143,Mock exam 3 Pilot paper. x Questions 153,x Answers 163,ACCA examiner s answers.
x Pilot paper 167,Review form free prize draw,Contents iii. Question index, The headings in this checklist index indicate the main topics of questions The questions in Section 1 and Section. 19 cover material from Chapters 1a and 1b in the Study Text. Time Page number,allocation,Marks Mins Question Answer. Multiple choice questions,Part A Business organisational structure. governance and management,1 Business organisation and structure 25 33 3 67.
2 Information technology and systems 15 20 5 68,3 Influences on organisational culture 19 25 7 69. 4 Ethical considerations 15 20 8 70, 5 Corporate governance and social responsibility 16 21 10 71. Part B Key environmental influences,6 The macro economic environment 23 31 11 72. 7 The business environment 23 31 13 73,Part C History and role of accounting. 8 The role of accounting 21 28 15 74,Part D Specific functions of accounting and.
internal financial control,9 Control security and audit 15 20 17 75. 10 Identifying and preventing fraud 17 23 18 76,Part E Leading and managing individuals and. 11 Leading and managing people 20 27 20 77,12 Individuals groups and teams 17 23 21 78. 13 Motivating individuals and groups 20 27 23 79,Part F Recruiting and developing effective. 14 Personal effectiveness and communication 20 27 25 80. 15 Recruitment and selection 19 25 26 82,16 Diversity and equal opportunities 15 20 28 83.
17 Training and development 20 27 29 83,18 Performance appraisal 15 20 31 85. iv Contents,Time Page number,allocation,Marks Mins Question Answer. Objective test questions,Part A Business organisational structure. government and management, 19 Business organisation and structure 21 28 35 89. 20 Information technology and systems 15 20 37 90, 21 Influences on organisational culture 15 20 39 92.
22 Ethical considerations 15 20 40 93, 23 Corporate governance and social responsibility 16 21 42 94. Part B Key environmental influences,24 The macro economic environment 17 23 44 94. 25 The business environment 15 20 46 96,Part C History and role of accounting. 26 The role of accounting 15 20 47 97,Part D Specific functions of accounting and. internal financial control,27 Control security and audit 15 20 49 98.
28 Identifying and preventing fraud 15 20 51 99,Part E Leading and managing individuals and. 29 Leading and managing people 17 23 52 100,30 Individuals groups and teams 15 20 54 101. 31 Motivating individuals and groups 15 20 55 102,Part F Recruiting and developing effective. 32 Personal effectiveness and communication 17 23 57 103. 33 Recruitment and selection 16 21 58 104,34 Diversity and equal opportunities 10 13 60 106. 35 Training and development 15 20 61 106,36 Performance appraisal 15 20 63 107.
Mock exam 1,Paper based exam,Mock exam 2,Computer based exam. Mock exam 3 Pilot paper,Contents v, Using your BPP Learning Media Practice and Revision Kit. Tackling revision and the exam, You can significantly improve your chances of passing by tackling revision and the exam in the right ways Our. advice is based on feedback from ACCA examiners, x We focus on Paper F1 we discuss revising the syllabus how to approach different types of question and. ways of obtaining easy marks,Selecting questions, We provide a full question index to help you plan your revision.
Making the most of question practice, At BPP Learning Media we realise that you need more than just questions and simple answers to get the most from. your question practice We include workings and explanations to show you how we arrived at the right answer and. why the wrong answers were incorrect,Attempting mock exams. There are three mock exams that provide practice at coping with the pressures of the exam day We strongly. recommend that you attempt them under exam conditions Mock exam 1 reflects the question styles and syllabus. coverage of the paper based exam Mock exam 2 reflects what you will see in a computer based exam Mock exam. 3 is the Pilot paper To help you get the most out of doing these exams we provide help with each answer The. examiner s answers to the Pilot paper are included at the back of the kit. Using your BPP Learning Media products, This Kit gives you the question practice and guidance you need in the exam Our other products can also help you pass. x Learning to Learn Accountancy gives further valuable advice on revision. x Passcards provide you with clear topic summaries and exam tips. x Success CDs help you revise on the move, x i Pass CDs offer tests of knowledge against the clock. You can purchase these products by visiting www bpp com mybpp. You can view demonstrations of i Learn and i Pass products by visiting www bpp com acca study. materials ilearn Scroll down the page until you find the sections for i Learn and i Pass and click on the. appropriate View demo button, vi Using your BPP Learning Media Practice and Revision Kit.
Revising F1,General exam support from BPP Learning Media. BPP Learning Media is committed to giving you the best possible support in your quest for exam success With. this in mind we have produced guidance on how to revise and techniques you can apply to improve your chances. of passing the exam This guidance can be found on the BPP Learning Media web site at the following link. www bpp com acca examtips Revising for ACCA exams doc. A paper copy of this guidance is available by e mailing learningmedia bpp com. Topics to revise, The examiner will test every area of the syllabus so you must revise all topics Selective revision will limit the. number of questions that you can answer and reduce your chance of passing You need to think of ways of. committing the information to memory You could try using mind maps post it notes small cards explaining a. topic to someone else or making a list of key theorists It is vital that you learn and self test as you go along. Although the Paper F1 exam does not require you to submit written workings or explanations it is still essential that. you practise answering questions The F1 examiner has stated that it is very important to read the question and. option carefully You must pick out key words which act as prompts to help you choose the correct answer and. steer you away from the incorrect ones You will need to practise questions to develop this skill. But do not spend too long on any one topic it will probably only feature in a few questions. Question practice paper based or computer based, You may take Paper F1 as a paper based exam or a computer based exam It is very much a personal choice. which one you choose however your final revision should be tailored towards your choice of exam You can find. general details about computer based exams on page x. The computer based exam contains a mixture of multiple choice and objective test questions whilst the paper. based exam contains only multiple choice questions Before you decide on the mode of exam you might prefer it. is a good idea to have a look at multiple choice and objective test question banks in this kit to get a feel for the. different styles of questions you might be faced with. Mock Exam 1 and Mock Exam 3 pilot paper are paper based multiple choice questions only Mock Exam 2. contains the style of questions you might face in a computer based exam even though it is on paper. i Paper based exams, If you choose the paper based route your revision must include the following. x Read Tackling multiple choice questions on page viii. x Attempt all the multiple choice and objective test questions in this kit you can never get enough. question practice, x Do Mock Exam 1 and Mock Exam 3 the pilot paper under exam conditions.
x If time allows do Mock Exam 2 for additional question practice. Passing F1 vii,ii Computer based exams, If you decide to take the exam on computer you must include the following in your revision plan. x Read Tackling multiple choice questions see below and Tackling objective test questions on. x Attempt all the multiple choice and objective test questions in this kit. x Do Mock Exam 2 in this kit under exam conditions. x If time allows do Mock Exam 1 for additional question practice. Tackling multiple choice questions, The MCQs in your exam will contain four or five possible answers You have to choose the option that best. answers the question The three or four incorrect options are called distractors There is a skill in answering MCQs. quickly and correctly By practising MCQs you can develop this skill giving yourself a better chance of passing the. You may wish to follow the approach outlined below or you may prefer to adapt it. Step 1 Skim read all the MCQs and identify which appear to be the easier questions. Step 2 Work out how long you should allocate to each MCQ bearing in mind the n umber of marks. available Remember that the examiner will not expect you to spend an equal amount of time on each. MCQ some can be answered instantly but others will take time to work out. Step 3 Attempt each question starting with the easier questions identified in Step 1 Read the question. thoroughly You may prefer to work out the answer before looking at the options or you may prefer. to look at the options at the beginning Adopt the method that works best for you. You may find that you recognise a question when you sit the exam Be aware that the detail and or. requirement may be different If the question seems familiar read the requirement and options. carefully do not assume that it is identical, Step 4 Read all of the options and see if one matches your own answer Be careful with numerical questions. as the distractors are designed to match answers that incorporate common errors Check that your. calculation is correct Have you followed the requirement exactly Have you included every stage of. the calculation, Step 5 You may find that none of the options matches your answer. x Re read the question to ensure that you understand it and are answering the requirement. x Eliminate any obviously wrong answers, x Consider which of the remaining answers is the most likely to be correct and select that.
Step 6 If you are still unsure continue to the next question Likewise if you are nowhere near working out. which option is correct after a couple of minutes leave the question and come back to it later Make a. note of any questions for which you have submitted answers but you need to return to later The. computer will list any questions for which you have not submitted answers. Step 7 Revisit unanswered questions and other questions you re uncertain about When you come back to a. question after a break you often find you can answer it correctly straightaway If you are still unsure. have a guess You are not penalised for incorrect answers so never leave a question unanswered. viii Passing F1,Tackling objective test questions,What is an objective test question. An objective test OT question is made up of some form of stimulus usually a question and a requirement to do. x MCQs Read through the information on page viii about MCQs and how to tackle them. x True or false You will be asked if a statement is true or fal. ACCOUNTANT IN BUSINESS x Learning to Learn Accountancy You can view demonstrations of i Learn and i Pass products by visiting www bpp com acca study materials

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