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MGT101 Current midterm paper_26-11-2011

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sir papaer sub ka ak hi atta ha ya different ???/

Hi

Today I had MGT101 paper. It was good.

There were 32 Questions in all, 28 MCQ and other 3,3, and 5,5 marks question respectively

MCQ were all from past papers

Subjective

Question 1 ) Rule of Asset Revaluation?

Question 2 ) Prepare Account Recv from the given data

Question 3 and Question 4 are given below.

 

Question
Cost of Asset 120,000
Residual Value 20,000 Life 4 Years
Find Depreciation and Written Down Value

1)     Per Year Depreciation



=(120,000 – 20,000)/4



=25,000 Per Year Depreciation



2)


































Particulars

Depreciation

Written Down Value

Asset Cost

120,000

1st Year

(25,000)

95,000

2nd Year

(25,000)

70,000

3rd Year

(25,000)

45,000

4th Year

(25,000)

20,000


Question Calculate Working Capital

Cash in Hand 51000 Bills Recv 6000 Closing Stock 70000 Sundry Debtos 90000 Sundry Creditos 140000 Accounts Payable 67000


Working Capital = Current Asset – Current Liabilities


Working Capital = (51,000 + 6,000 + 70,000 + 90,000) – (67,000 + 140,000)


Working Capital = 217,000 – 207,000

= 10000

Yaar Salman Can you give us the old paper from which you got all mcqs?? or suggest any site where i can got them for Spring 2010 papers.

salamn main nay bih paper bohat acha kia tah aur solution matchg kia tah but i dint get mnuch number only one question making profit loss account mujhay woh yadd nahi tah kay is liay , lakin number meri expectation sa kamm aay hain ??? koi khass waja

MID- TERM Examination

MGT-101 Financial Accounting


Current Paper dated 26-11-2011 Time 8.00 am in North Nazimabad Campus Karachi

Time :: 60 min Total Marks 40


Qno.1 Why we use financial accounting

Business need

Accounting need

Financial need

Managerial need



Qno.2 Which of the following shows a debit balance under normal circumstances?

Asset

Capital

Liability

Profit



Qno.3 Normally the practice of Book Keeping under Single Entry System is followed by:

Small businesses only

Governments only

Large scale businesses only

Both small businesses and governments



Qno.4 An accounting system is used by a business to:

Analyze transactions

Handle routine book-keeping tasks

Classify and summarize financial information

All of the given options



Qno.5 All the costs incurred on the incomplete assets up to the balance sheet date

must be transferred to:

Capital account

Capital work in progress account

Relevant asset account

Owner's equity account



Qno.6 Which of the following is TRUE for Company’s negative working capital?

Current Asset > Current Liability

Current Asset = Current Liability

Current Asset < Current Liability

None of the given options







Qno.7 What will be the effect of decrease in closing stock on gross profit?

Gross profit increased

Gross profit decreased

No effect on Gross profit

Gross profit will become positive





Qno.8 Which one of the following is NOT true about Capital Expenditure?

Creates future benefits

Incurred to acquire fixed assets

Incurred to increase the economic life of existing fixed assets

Reduce the profit of the concern



Qno.9 Consider the following:

Beginning inventory 10 units @ Rs. 10 per unit

First purchase 35 units @ Rs. 11 per unit

Second purchase 40 units @ Rs. 12 per unit

Third purchase 20 units @ Rs. 13 per unit

Sold 10 units @ 10

35 units @ 11

40 units @ 12

Eighty-five units were sold, what is the value of the ending inventory using the

FIFO method of inventory costing?

Rs.260

Rs.232

Rs.284

Rs.268



Qno.10 If, Cost of machine = Rs.400, 000

Useful life = 5 years

Residual value = Rs.25, 000

The depreciation of machine per year using straight line method is?

Rs. 160,000

Rs. 96,000

Rs. 75,000

Rs. 57,600



Qno.11 A decrease in value of a fixed asset due to age, wear and tear is known as:

Depreciation

Accumulated Depreciation

Appreciation

Written Down Value





Qno.11 Which of the following shows summary of a company's financial position at a

specific date?

Profit & Loss Account

Cash Flow Statement

Balance Sheet

Income & Expenditure Account





Qno.12 Which of the following item will appear on the Balance Sheet as current assets?

Prepaid expenses

Accrued expenses

Furniture and Equipment

Unearned revenue





Qno.13 which of the following entities is not profit oriented entity?

Sole - proprietorship

Partnership

Companies

Trust



Qno.14 Which concept of an accounting describes that for every debit there is a credit?

Dual aspect concept

Matching concept

Separate entity concept

Money measurement concept



Qno15 Which of the following is the act of recording each transaction in the Journal?

Journalizing

Posting

Folioing

Transferring



Qno.16 Which of the following account would be debited when direct material is

purchased on cash of Rs. 2,000?

Indirect material

FOH

Material/Stock

Cash







Qno.17 Which one of the following methods for inventory valuation may increase income

tax due during the period of inflation?

FIFO Method

Weighted Average Method

Specific Identification Method

LIFO Method



Qno.18 Which of the following is another name of salvage value?

Face value

Fair value

Break up value

Book value



Qno.19 What is the treatment of Depreciation in accounting?

Written in balance sheet under the head of fixed assets

Charged to profit and loss account

Written in balance sheet under the head of current assets

Written in balance sheet under the head of liabilities



Qno.20 If:

· Cost of machine = Rs.

· Useful life = 5 years

· Sale price at the end of

What will be the profit or loss?

Loss of Rs. 40,000

Profit of Rs. 40,000

Profit of Rs. 80,000

Loss of Rs. 80,000



Qno.21 The main goal of Bank Reconciliation Statement is to determine:

If the discrepancy is due to error rather than timing

If the discrepancy is due to timing rather than error

If the discrepancy is due to error rather than amount

If the discrepancy is due to amount rather than timing



Qno.22 Which of the following item appears in Trading Account of a business?

Interest expenses

Wages and salaries

Depreciation expenses

Discount Allowed







Qno.23 Which of the following journal entry will be recorded, if the goods are sold on credit to Mr. 'Been'?

Mr. “Been” / Accounts Receivable account (Dr) and Sales account (Cr)

Cash account (Dr) and sales account (Cr)

Sales account (Dr) and Mr. Been / Accounts Receivable account (Cr)

Goods Sold account (Dr) and Mr. Been / Accounts Receivable account (Cr)



Qno.24 Which of the following particulars are included in the specimen of a cash receipt

voucher?

1) Name of the organization

2) Cash code

3) Date of transaction

(1) & (2) only

(1) & (3) only

(2) & (3) only

(1), (2) & (3)



Qno.25Partially completed products that are not yet ready for sale are known as:

Raw material

Work in process

Finished goods

Closing stock



Qno.26 Which of the following organizations prepare Income & Expenditure account?

Public libraries

NGOs

Labor unions

All of the given options



Qno.27 Which of the following shows summary of a company's financial position at a specific

date?

Profit & Loss Account

Cash Flow Statement

Balance Sheet

Income & Expenditure Account



Qno.28 An informal accounting statement that lists the ledger account balances at a

point in time and compares the total of debit balances with the total of credit

balances is known as:

Income Statement

Balance Sheet

Trial Balance

Cash Book

Qno.29 If the cost of sales is Rs. 60,000, sales are Rs. 95,000 and operating expenses

are Rs.20,000 during the year. What would be the Net Profit?

Rs.15,000

Rs. 35,000

Rs. 55,000

Rs. 60,000





Qno.30 difference between journal voucher and payment voucher Marks3

Answer



Payment Voucher

The purpose of the payment vouchers is to provide a means for paying any taxes due on income which is not subject to withholding. This is to ensure that taxpayers are able to meet the statutory requirement that taxes due are paid periodically as income is received during the year.





Journal Voucher

A journal voucher is an integral part of the audit trail, and carries

(1) a serial number,

(2) transaction date,

(3) transaction amount,

(4) ledger account(s) affected,

(5) reference(s) to documentary evidence (such as invoices or receipts) supporting the entry,

(6) brief description of the transaction, and the

(7) signature(s) or initials of one or more authorized signatories. A journal is, in effect, a collection of financial data culled from journal vouchers.





2 Question mein bhool gaya hoon mager woh accumulated depreciation se related they,

difference between journal voucher and payment voucher Marks3
Answer

Payment Voucher
The purpose of the payment vouchers is to provide a means for paying any taxes due on income which is not subject to withholding. This is to ensure that taxpayers are able to meet the statutory requirement that taxes due are paid periodically as income is received during the year.


Journal Voucher
A journal voucher is an integral part of the audit trail, and carries
(1) a serial number,
(2) transaction date,
(3) transaction amount,
(4) ledger account(s) affected,
(5) reference(s) to documentary evidence (such as invoices or receipts) supporting the entry,
(6) brief description of the transaction, and the
(7) signature(s) or initials of one or more authorized signatories. A journal is, in effect, a collection of financial data culled from journal vouchers.


2 Questions related accumulated depreciation

Q:1 what are drawns ? and their importance in financial statements? (2 marks)

Q:2 accounts receivable and payable was given to draw. (5marks)

my papers questions:

may U pLs guide URL wher from U get past papers........

.This question was in my today's paper og MGT101.
28 mcqs and 4 ques

1) Prepare T account for Accounts Receivable for date i dont remeber (5 marks)
Cash collected 585000
Total Sale 515062
Cash Sales 25% of total Sale
Balance of A/r Rec May 31 2011 55950
Amount NOTnot recvd from Debtors 2500

2)Prepare T account for cash a/c (3 marks)

Balance 50000
Total receipt 500000
Total Payments 480000
Discount Received 1570

Third was closing stock value by weighted average method.(5 marks) it was easy
Fourth was book value and profit on sale (3 marks)

MGT101 All MidTerm papers of Nov 2011 


MCQs 50% from past papers
4 subjective were:
1: Find depreciation with the help of given data. 3 marks

Cost of the asset Rs. 200,000
Residual Value Rs. 80,000
Expected Life 4 years

2: From the information given below, you are required to prepare an Accounts Payable (A/P) Account for the month of March 2011 to find out the amount of cash paid during the month of March: 3 marks
Rs.
Goods purchased during the year 387,280
Balance of A/P as on May 01, 2011 254,360
Balance of A/P as on Many 31, 2011. 55,910

3: Ahmad Limited acquires an asset costing Rs. 40,000. The company estimates its useful life for 7 years with a residual value of Rs. 5,000. The company charges depreciation using straight-line method. In second year, the company estimates its residual value Rs. 10,000 and remaining useful life of 5 years. 5 marks

Required:
Compute the Book value of the asset at the end of 2nd year.

4: From the following data find out the amount of operating expenses. Also show your working. 5 marks
Rs.
Purchases 485,360
Sales returns and allowances 15,250
Opening stock 157,690
Closing stock 50,730
Freight inward 7,680

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