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    (Original post by Mr Dangermouse)
    I had a decimal, I dont think that's necessarily wrong.


    I still have my paper could try and do it again to see what happens.
    Yeah i'm going to speak to my accounting teacher next time i'm in school to see what she says.

    IT's just that any past paper you do, in any account usually if you have a decimal it turns out wrong.
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    (Original post by Mr Dangermouse)
    I had a decimal, I dont think that's necessarily wrong.


    I still have my paper could try and do it again to see what happens.
    Our teacher said that the questions are always designed so that you don't get a decimal in P&L/Balance Sheet questions and if we got a decimal we were to look back as we'd done something wrong.
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    My corporation tax came out to be 11 but my balance sheet was 7 out, frustrating :-(
    exam was really easy overall to be honest!
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    Anyone want to post what they think are the answers to some of the questions to see if I am close to passing! Thanks
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    (Original post by scottish19)
    Our teacher said that the questions are always designed so that you don't get a decimal in P&L/Balance Sheet questions and if we got a decimal we were to look back as we'd done something wrong.
    I did get a .25 but remember that it was £000 so it's not like I'm dealing in pence.


    Either way I don't really care
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    whenever I get a decimal I know i'm doing something wrong it is usually the way it works. If it's "£000" then usually a decimal is wrong.

    I did crash it this year so I am hoping for a B at least.

    (Original post by camran)
    My corporation tax came out to be 11 but my balance sheet was 7 out, frustrating :-(
    exam was really easy overall to be honest!
    My corporation tax was 11, lol!
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    Any teachers etc gonig to be putting up some marking schemes , cheers
 
 
 
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