Overview of the audit process, Auditing

(i) Overview of the audit process

(a) Identify the key steps in this framework/ concept.

(b) Briefly explain each of the key steps, in your own words.

(ii) Framework of critical thinking principles

(a) Identify the key steps in this framework/ concept.

(b) Briefly explain each of the key steps, in your own words.

(iii) Phases of control evaluation

(a) Identify the key steps in this framework/ concept.

(b) Briefly explain each of the key steps, in your own words.

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