CBSE Class 11 Accountancy Sample Paper Set U

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PART - A

Q 1 Give two examples of intangible assets. 

Q 2 Mention any two purposes for charging depreciation. 

Q 3 What is the main difference between provisions and reserves? 

Q 4 What will be the due date of a bill of exchange written on July 13, 2012 for 30 days?

Q 5 State any two features of a bill of exchange. 

Q 6 What is meant by Marshalling of Assets and Liabilities? 

Q 7 Name the Accounting Principle /Concept involved in following situations:

a) All costs incurred during a particular period should be charged to revenue of that period for determining the net profit.

b) Revenue is generally recorded at the point of sales.

c) The cash withdrawn by the owner to meet personal expenses is recorded in the books of the business as drawings.

Q 8 Explain any two errors, which cannot be disclosed by Trial Balance.

Q 9 State weather the following statements are Capital Expenditure or Revenue Expenditure

a) Expenditure incurred on repairs and whitewash at the time of purchase

of an old building in order to make it usable

b) Depreciation charged on machinery

c) Advertising expenditure , the benefit of which will last for four years

Q10 Who are the external users of Accounting information? Name any three such users, stating the nature of information required by them

Q11 Explain the following Concepts of accounting:

(a) Money measurement

(b) Conservatism

Q12 Give rectifying entries for the following:

(i) Goods worth Rs.2,400 purchased on credit from Vikram were entered in

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