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Unformatted text preview: Tips For Success in AEM 221 Financial Accounting is not a difficult class, compared to other classes you will take at Cornell University. It can be, however, very time consuming to master. Mastering accounting is like learning another language, you have to get the rules of the language down before you get anywhere- and that takes time. I can assure you of one thing- there is no one here in this class that has the intellectual capital to get into Cornell University that can’t get a good grade in this class, if they devote the right amount of effort. That being said, this is what I feel you need to do to master this material: 1) Read, and become familiar with, the Course Syllabus. It sets the stage for what is expected of you, tells you what the assignments are and when they are due. Coordinate this information with your work from other classes and leave enough time to get everything done!...
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course AEM 3230 taught by Professor Little,j.e. during the Spring '08 term at Cornell.
- Spring '08