Revision Notes for CBSE Class 11 Accountancy Chapter 6 - Free PDF Download
The chapter 6 of class 11, incorporated by the CBSE board is truly worth a study for the fresh commerce students who are new in the field of Accountancy. There is no doubt that this is a vital chapter which will add strength in their foundation of Accountancy, that they grow even more competent to take up this subject in their graduation study. On account of the chapter’s importance, we drafted our revision notes being mindful about the preparedness that is to be instilled among the students of class 11, so that they built a strong base for their HS examination of class 12.
FAQs on Trial Balance and Rectification of Errors Class 11 Notes CBSE Accountancy Chapter 6 [Free PDF Download]
1. How will these revision notes help me in solving the numerical based questions of Rectification of Errors?
Ans. Students firstly can study the concepts that have given rise to the numerical and thus after being conceptually strong they can solve the sums. Also, they can relate to the illustrations given in the revision note while solving the sums.
2. Are the NCERT solutions sums any beneficial?
Ans. The NCERT solutions are the guide provided by the Board itself. Students will stand benefitted if they solve sums from this guide. They can even expect questions from the NCERT model in their exam.
3. Does the chapter deal with Trial Balance?
Ans. The chapter talks about Trial Balance, and also about the errors found in the balance. It teaches the students about detecting the error and also how to pass a rectifying entry in regard to this thus nullifying the effect.
4. How are questions drafted in the exam?
Ans. In class 11 examination, students are asked to rectify the entry then pass the adjusting entry. Students need to prepare both the theoretical as well as the numerical questions. They need to be in touch with the chapter through our revision material which is provided for free. They need to download the free pdf and revise for the exam where they will be fully prepared for the questions that might come in the exam.