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Unformatted text preview: JDENTIAL / SULIT Template (A) Rev. 1: March 2008 U N I V E R S I T I T u n A b d u l R a z a k FINAL EXAMINATION JULY 2008 COURSE TITLE COMPUTERISED ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS COURSE CODE AAD 2043 DAT EIDAY I 18 NOVEMBER 2008 I TUESDAY TIM E/DURATION I 2.30 PM - 5.30 PM /3 HOURS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES: 1. This Question Booklet consists of TWO (2) Sections, Section A and B. 2. Answer ALL Questions in Section A and Section B. 3. Answer ALL questions in Section A in the OMR Sheet and Section B in the Answer Booklet and submit this question paper together with the Answer Booklet. 4. Candidates are not allowed to bring into the examination hall/room any form of written materials or electronic gadget except for stationery that is permitted by the Invigilator. 5. Calculator is allowed provided that it cannot be programmed and cannot store or record information. 6. Students who are caught breaching the Examination Rules and Regulation will be charged with an academic dishonesty, and if found guilty of the offence, the maximum penalty is expulsion from the University. (This Question Paper consists of 7 Printed Pages including front page) DO NOT OPEN THE QUESTION PAPER UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO Computerised Accounting System (AAD2043) July 2008 Final Examination CONFIDENTIAL This Paper Consists Of TWO (2) Sections [TOTAL: 100 MARKS] SECTION A: MULTIPLE CHOICE [50 MARKS] Instruction: There are THIRTY (30) questions. Answer All questions. 1. Which AIS threat below would be classified a computer crime? a. Innocent error b. Operating system crash C . Sabotage d. Terrorist attack 2. Most fraud perpetrators are insiders because a. insiders are more dishonest than outsiders. b. insiders know more about the system and its weaknesses than outsiders. c. outsiders are more likely to get caught than insiders. d. insiders have more need for money than outsiders. 3. Which of the factors listed below is NOT a common factor for fraud? a. Pressure to commit fraud. b. Opportunity to commit fraud. c. Desire to get even with the employer. d. Rationalization for the crime. 4. Which of the following motivators would be a good indication of financial pressure that would contribute to employee fraud? a. A big change for the better in an employee's lifestyle. b. An employee suddenly acquires lots of credit cards. c. Inadequate internal controls. d. Too close association with suppliers or customers....
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- Summer '08
- Accounting, Accounting software