Sekoyen Accounting Solutions

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Financial accounting & reporting
Study guide 2015/16 & 2014/15
The syllabus, learning outcomes and assessment requirements
What are the core assessment requirements (ways of assessing learning outcomes - how does the examiner know you can select the right accounting practice?) that form the basis of exam questions?
What are the common mistakes that induce the examiner to repeatedly examine certain subjects and skills?
Which current issues occupy the minds of accountants?
Learn the language and techniques of financial and corporate reporting to make your answers clear and effective.
Past questions and answers
Annotated to help you learn the salient features of questions and answers to enhance exam technique.
The learning outcomes are clarified e.g. "what is the nature of an accounting discussion?" "What qualities constitute the ability to discuss"?  Being clear about this allows the required abilities to be identified and the means of their development addressed. For example, instruction is raised to the level that entails development of analytical skills, critical thinking involving "what if" and the evaluation of alternative practices requiring professional judgement. Real-life examples provide the context for learning and development as skills are best learned in the context in which they must be applied. The student is oriented and supported to learn actively by recreating knowledge and constructing their own understanding. This enables them to be versatile in application of what has been understood; to transfer knowledge to unfamiliar situations and solve a variety of problems in situations that are distant from the initial learning context.
Examples of discursive writing
Examples of short answers

How to read corporate reporting texts