03-28-2015, 05:25 PM
Central Board of secondary education (CBSE) Class 12 revision paper is scheduled on April 6. Revision is one of the main subjects in students in trade flows and are also most goal object.
Experts expect longer paper this time. The paper may prove to be easy but students to keep track of time.
We give you some important tips that you should keep in mind while preparing for long revision paper:
Students should be clear with the concept and should not be confused
Students will learn all the formulas and the speed of the percentage of use in question
Students will study part A thoroughly, since it values more brands compared to other parts
Students should be well versed with the dictionary and remember important terms as fixed assets, current assets, cash, working capital, capital employed etc
Auditing is just like mathematics; Students should practice good and present their answers in a proper manner
Students will practice such papers and CBSE question papers of the last few years
Students should be focused during the exam and must read the question paper carefully
Time Management Tips
Have a plan-of-study ready for accounts paper. Do not do it very complex.
Just list down all major topics and subtopics accounts on a sheet of paper. Or use TOC. You can ticking off what is complete.
One notch for these topics that you studied reasonably well.
Two brands which also practiced and is completely safe.
Three ticks for those where you performed another audit and consider yourself an expert.
The goal is to have as many wood-ticks as possible before the exam.
Use the tips above score 90 percent in accounts examination and complete a longer paper on time.
Also, while preparing candidates should remember paper pattern on.
Share: accounting for partnership companies and companies (60 marks)
Accounting for partnership firms - basic (10 marks)
Accounting for partnership firms - reconstitution and solution (25 characters)
Accounting for share capital (18 marks)
Accounting for debentures (7 marks)
Part B: Financial Statement Analysis (40 marks)
Analysis of financial statements (12 marks)
The cash flow statement (8 brands
Project (20 marks)
Part C: Computerized Accounting (40 marks)
Overview of computerized accounting (4 marks)
Accounting programs of electronic spread sheet (6 marks)
Using computerized accounting (4 marks)
Data Base Management System (6 marks)
Practical work (20 marks)