Internal Contro in Accounting System

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Internal control and accounting systemsFor use in the AAT Accounting Qualification| R2271 Cookridge Carpets| Assessment book|

Time allowed: Four months
Note: Your report must be written/typed, completed and submitted for formal assessment within four months. You will have four more opportunities to submit further supporting evidence at the discretion of your assessor. Please discuss this with your assessor.

AAT Level 4 Diploma in Accounting | QCF qual ref| SCQF qual ref| QCF unit ref| SCQF unit ref| Internal control and accounting systems| 500/8323/5| R079 04| | | * Principles of internal control| | | D/600/4960| U395 04| * Evaluating accounting systems| | | H/600/4961| U396 04|

Assessment conduct (must read)|
1) All candidates must adhere to the terms and conditions specified for this assessment (see pages 2 and 3 of this document). 2) Copying live assessment materials is considered misconduct and a breach of AAT assessment rules and regulations. 3) Candidates are not permitted to type within the Assessor Feedback columns. To do so may delay the marking process. 4) Your report must be typed, completed and submitted for formal assessment within four months. Your assessment start date was recorded onto Learn Plus when you accepted the terms and conditions in order to access this assessment. 5) You will have four more opportunities to submit further supporting evidence at the discretion of your assessor. Please discuss this with your assessor. 6) Instances of misconduct will be investigated by AAT and appropriate action will be taken. 7) If you believe you have witnessed malpractice on the part of another candidate then you are encouraged to report this, in confidence, to an invigilator who will investigate and report to AAT.|

Terms and conditions
1.1 Authenticity statement
A candidate authenticity statement accompanies the Terms and Conditions that appear on LearnPlus 1.1.1Candidates access live assessment materials via LearnPlus, including this assessment book, by reading and accepting the terms and conditions and authenticity statement that appears on screen 1.1.2Candidates must submit their own unaided work

1.2 Photo ID
All candidates are required to provide photographic proof of identity. Acceptable documents for this purpose are:
* passport
* driving licence (if it includes a photograph)
* UK CitizenCard
* national identity card
In countries where there is a national identity card, only that or some other form of government-issued photo ID can be accepted.

1.3Equipment regulations for invigilated assessments
Permitted equipment:
1.3.1 Pens, pencils and erasers. If these are contained in a pencil case, this must be transparent. 1.3.2 Calculators are permitted but must not be programmable. Calculators should not be able to store data, text or alphanumeric formulas. Calculators should not emit audible tones, be able to print, be programmable from other sources or be a function of a personal organiser, watch or mobile phone. Solar powered calculators are used at the candidate’s own risk. 1.3.3 Rough paper can be obtained from the invigilator/supervisor upon request and will be collected by the invigilator/supervisor at the end of the assessment. Candidates are not permitted to take rough paper from the assessment room (see 1.9.1 and 1.9.2). Forbidden equipment:

1.3.4Dictionaries, reference materials, notes and books.
1.3.5Reading pens or other electronic communication and storage devices.
1.3.6Mobile phones, MP3/4 players, portable hard drives, memory sticks or other electronic devices with text/digital facilities. 1.3.7Internet access, other than to access AAT LearnPlus, is not allowed during invigilated computer based projects assessments. To do so is considered misconduct. 1.3.8Access to email and data stored on any drive is prohibited.

1.4Equipment...
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