Audit 3B - Substantive Procedures and Finalising an Audit (AUE3702)
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We cover the full syllabus for AUE3702 with video lectures, explaining everything you need to know about AUE3702. We explain the syllabus simply, so you’ll be able to apply it to any situation. Our classroom is set up in the same order as your study guide, making it easy to work through the whole syllabus. Our exam course videos walk you through two past exams, showing you how to read, plan and answer your questions. Your lecturer will be available to answer your queries, motivate you, and check up on you through your semester.
WHY STUDY Audit 3B (AUE3702) THROUGH US?
ABOUT THE COURSE
AUE3702 is basically the second half of the Audit Process. You covered the first half in AUE3701.
Your big section here is Evidence. It’s one topic, but it’s a BIG one, with lots of sub-sections. It teaches you what you can and can’t use as ‘proof’ for your audit opinion, and how to obtain it. There are quite a few ISA (International Standards of Auditing) chapters in there, so students tend to memorise these. But we spend some time explaining them so that you understand them, and can work with them easily in questions.
After you’ve gathered your evidence, you need to go through it all, and assess whether you have enough (Evaluation of Evidence), and conclude on what this evidence tells you about the Financial Statements. (i.e. your audit opinion).
We’ve got videos going through two past exams, showing you how to read, plan and answer your questions, so you have the exam technique you need to pass that exam!
Your lecturer will keep an eye on you through the semester, motivate you, push you, and answer any questions you have about the module.
ABOUT YOUR FACULTY
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- Substantive Procedures: Our 'Party Trick'
- The International Standards on Auditing relating to Evidence (The 500 and 600 Series)
- Formulating Substantive Procedures (including CAATs)
- Analytical Procedures
- Auditing the Cycles (All the Business Cycles)
- Evaluating Misstatements
- Concluding On Audit Evidence (including Related Parties, Subsequent Events and Going Concern)
- Audit Reporting