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Currently, most accountancy exams – apart from computer-based ones – have to be answered in booklets which are then scanned and marked by humans on a computer. Examiners and markers alike constantly criticise the layout and quality of students’ scripts.
Accountancy exams are professional and therefore answers need to look professional, but with time pressure in exam conditions this key requirement is often lost.
It is essential to follow a few easy rules which will help the marker when marking your script:
Always use a black ballpoint pen. This is because all scripts are scanned and the best colour to show up is black. A number of students insist on using gel pens but once scanned the marks made by them can smudge and even go through pages, affecting what’s underneath.
Never write in the margins. One side is cut off by the scanning machine and the other side is where the marker annotates the allocation of marks awarded.
Abbreviations are totally acceptable in workings, but workings themselves need to be followed, so a little narrative is required to make them logical. Ensure you space them out sufficiently, and all workings should be numbered and answers crossed referenced to them.
If for some reason you have not left enough space for something, then help the marker by cross referencing to the page where you have completed the rest of the answer
All questions should start on a new page and you should aim to start each part of a question or each issue (if applicable to the question) on a new page.
Make use of subheadings. This makes your answers automatically more logical and much easier to mark. If the requirement or the question numbers different parts, eg a), b) or (i), (ii) then use the same numbering in your answer
If your handwriting is small you need to aim to write as large as you can. When your script is scanned it is reduced in size to accommodate the marking package which takes up a third of the marking screen. Yes, the marker can zoom in, but then they are unable to view a complete line of text.
If you know you have untidy handwriting then write using double spacing (that is write on alternative lines).
The key to success in exams is to have answers that look professional – that is include structure, space and subheadings.
Understand Question Requirements
Read requirements of the question and the question carefully . Don,t miss any point or line , understand it completely and then start solving the question . Understanding the question is very important , this will result in no cutting and clear to the point answer which examiner wants.
Answer to the Point
Marking scheme and answering to the point are relevant to each other . As above we have discussed how you should answer accordingly marking scheme the same case is here . When answering to the point you should try to write according to requirement , marks available for that query and the word used as query in question like as discuss , define , analyze , identify , explain , list etc. So this is a matter of common sense which applies here .
Structure up your Answers
Examiner wants and appreciates well-structured answers . Your answer should in adherence of questions requirements . The wording and solution should be simple and brief covering whole aspects of questions. This puts a good impression on examiner , the impression that you simply have tried your best to prepare your answers . And in case of time runs out, a solution just mentioning the key points of a question examiner may reward you a few good marks never thinking that the question is left incomplete. So always follow the required structure to gin some good marks easily.
Facilitate the Examiner
Always facilitate your examiner by following required structure , writing to the point , writing clearly and cutting on your answer sheet.
Always follow the sequence of requirements and the questions . Mention questions or company name in question on each answer on start as title .Name the questions parts clearly as a , b , c, etc. Start your new question always on a new full page . Don,t mix up different questions . Do your workings on right place properly this will help the examiner in understanding that from where the figures used in questions have actually came and how the have been calculated. Mark the question numbers clearly always and take a look at to follow the sequence of sub-parts to avoid confusion.Always write in line and within the permitted area of answer sheet don,t write on corners or cross lines and leave for examiner to seek your answer .In short avoid confusing examiner , that,s all !
Don';t leave any question Unanswered
Unanswered question puts a bad impression on examiner . if there is a time management problem or you are shortage of time try to just t format the answer,s major points but remember just in case when you are unable to complete the solution . Examiner will understand your problem and will reward you some good marks . So if you are just leaving your question completely unanswered the you might loose your marks and examiner confidence and this may contribute towards your failure.
Always try to solve your paper up to fifteen minutes before the exam time . If luckily you have done this , then review your answers completely and make corrections where needed . But remember don,t overwrite again and again .
Hummm now just go home , take proper rest , sleep well and enjoy your some time . After this again prepare yourself for next examinations immediately and avoid wasting your time.
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