Tue, 06 July | Adelaide

Wk 1 pm Accounting July

St Mary's College, 253 Franklin St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia Boost knowledge! Boost confidence! Boost results! Consolidate Term 1 & 2 work, prepare for Term 3....get ready for mid year and trial exams! 4 day intensive revision program at St Mary's College. Choose week 1 or 2, am or pm sessions!
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Wk 1 pm Accounting July

Time & Location

06 July, 1:30 pm ACST
Adelaide, 253 Franklin St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia

About the event

Day 1. Accounting Concepts. Accounting & Decision Making Processes.  Break-Even Analysis. Classified Reports including Cash Flow Statements, Income Statements and Balance Sheets. 

Day 2. Recording Process. Subsidiary Ledgers. Balance Day Adjustments. 

Day 3. Depreciation. Doubtful Debts.  

Day 4. Inventories. Bank Reconciliation. Budgets. Report Writing. Exam Techniques.

Seminar Leader: Ms Helen Willmer Dip T Helen has been teaching Accounting for over 20 years and is a past SACE marker and SACE Accounting moderator. Helen has assisted numerous students over many years attain excellent results. Helen uses the Accounting Fundamentals authored by Marlene Cruickshank.By covering the above topics, students will be well prepared for any trial and mid year exams. In addtion they will have completed the necessary revision for the end of year exam which has the following requirements:

By covering the above topics, students will be well prepared for any trial and mid year exams. In addtion they will have completed the necessary revision for the end of year exam which has the following requirements:

Examination (30%)

Students undertake a 130-minute external examination that is divided into two sections:

  • Section 1: Application of accounting skills
  • Section 2: Accounting for decision-making.

 Section 1: Application of accounting skills (approximately 50%) 

Students answer a range of problem-based or scenario-based questions, integrating accounting knowledge, skills, application, analysis, and interpretation involved in accounting practice.

Questions are drawn from the focus areas of understanding accounting concepts and conventions, and managing financial sustainability. The following specific features of the assessment design criteria may be assessed in this section of the examination:

  • understanding and exploration 
  • application 
  • analysis and evaluation 

 Section 2: Accounting for decision-making (approximately 50%) 

Students evaluate and respond to a business issue through the analysis of source material. They analyse, evaluate, and synthesise information to provide accounting advice, considering different stakeholder perspectives. Advice may be provided in dotpoint form.

Content is based on the focus area of providing accounting advice. The following specific features of the assessment design criteria for this subject may be assessed in the examination:

  • understanding and exploration 
  • application 
  • analysis and evaluation 
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