Section II - Short Answer (1 Viewer)

McLovinFanboy

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Re: WTF! (financial ratios)

What annoyed me most was that they were such simple numbers. I though I had done it wrong because it calculated perfectly.

Rawf

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Re: WTF! (financial ratios)

I'm so mad.. I really wanted to get a HSC mark of 95 and I can't even get this frikken ratio correct! WTF
Can I still get 1 mark or no?! I think the 1 mark is allocated to the correct a/b and the next mark is for typing that into the calculator, argh. FML!

McLovinFanboy

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Re: WTF! (financial ratios)

One mark is for working out, one mark is for correct answer.

It ssaid Show all working out

Rawf

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Re: WTF! (financial ratios)

One mark is for working out, one mark is for correct answer.

It ssaid Show all working out
So no marks? I put like 64/32 or something as opposed to 32/32

McLovinFanboy

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Re: WTF! (financial ratios)

So no marks? I put like 64/32 or something as opposed to 32/32
No marks

You get one mark for simply re-writing the formula.

KevinHuynh

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Re: WTF! (financial ratios)

Your teacher is an asshole

Rawf

Member
Re: WTF! (financial ratios)

No marks

You get one mark for simply re-writing the formula.
WE GET HAVE TO WRITE OUT THE FORMULA? REALLY? So if we didn't write like total liabilities/OE or for the question before CA/CL we will lose a mark? dude thats so bs, the formula is in the question

McLovinFanboy

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Re: WTF! (financial ratios)

WE GET HAVE TO WRITE OUT THE FORMULA? REALLY? So if we didn't write like total liabilities/OE or for the question before CA/CL we will lose a mark? dude thats so bs, the formula is in the question
Yes. It is stupid, it is a joke. It is the BOS of studies though.

It is sorta like maths. You can get marks for simply writing formulas and subbing in stuff.

Ideally to get full marks you would have

Fomula= 32/32= 1:1 or 100%

Rawf

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Re: WTF! (financial ratios)

Yes. It is stupid, it is a joke. It is the BOS of studies though.

It is sorta like maths. You can get marks for simply writing formulas and subbing in stuff.

Ideally to get full marks you would have

Fomula= 32/32= 1:1 or 100%
So for the question before that I wrote.. (exactly this)
Current Ratio = number/number
= 2.5:1

Will I only get 1 mark? I never said the formula

McLovinFanboy

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Re: WTF! (financial ratios)

So for the question before that I wrote.. (exactly this)
Current Ratio = number/number
= 2.5:1

Will I only get 1 mark? I never said the formula
Nope, full marks.

You said Current Ratio and used correct numbers.

Basically, you will get credited a mark for:

1- showing some form of working, either a formula or numbers (it is best to use both, but it is business, so numbers should be good)
2- correct answer.i

Hence you need both to get full marks.

Rawf

Member
Re: WTF! (financial ratios)

Nope, full marks.

You said Current Ration and used correct numbers.
But I didn't say Current ratio = CA/CL ?

jayq94

Member
Implementing CSR is expensive and managers may not see any financial incentives as a result of introducing them.

Short answer was ridiculously easy. I had to keep checking the ratios question because I thought I was missing something. 2.5:1, 1:1.

Standardisation and customisation is straight forward.

McLovinFanboy

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Re: WTF! (financial ratios)

But I didn't say Current ratio = CA/CL ?
I edited my post.

If you said what you are working out, i.e. Current ration, it is the same as CA/CL really.

Rawf

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Re: WTF! (financial ratios)

I edited my post.

If you said what you are working out, i.e. Current ration, it is the same as CA/CL really.
So I'd still get 1 mark atleast for my debt:equity ratio?
I wrote...
Debt to equity ratio = 64/32
= 2:1

McLovinFanboy

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Implementing CSR is expensive and managers may not see any financial incentives as a result of introducing them.

Short answer was ridiculously easy. had to keep checking the ratios question because I thought I was missing something. 2.5:1, 1:1.
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Standardisation and customisation is straight forward.
omg same. It pissed me off.

Short answers were pretty good. Curious to see how this year will scale/allgin.

McLovinFanboy

Banned
Re: WTF! (financial ratios)

So I'd still get 1 mark atleast for my debt:equity ratio?
I wrote...
Debt to equity ratio = 64/32
= 2:1
Depends how generous marking is this year. Perhaps

Zenox

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What did you guys write for the Marketing and Finance of XYZ Ltd ?

McLovinFanboy

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What did you guys write for the Marketing and Finance of XYZ Ltd ?
Cutomisation and Standardisation?

Obvious I wrote what customisation/standardisation marketing approaches were, but I said how finance will be determined through budgets etc/pricing/etc

Zenox

Member
Cutomisation and Standardisation?

Obvious I wrote what customisation/standardisation marketing approaches were, but I said how finance will be determined through budgets etc/pricing/etc
Cool, what about the physical distribution issues?

McLovinFanboy

Banned
Cool, what about the physical distribution issues?
What..?

Isn't that S3?