- *audit evidence. Audit tests are normally formalized in *audit programs, and they may be classified into (i) *substantive and (ii) *compliance testing. *Analytical review procedures are normally classified within substantive testing, and *walk-through tests within compliance testing. The auditing of *populations of transactions or other items is normally performed through the use of *sampling techniques. See also inspection and Observation.
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