This class was tough.
This class is a requirement for accounting majors, so there really isn't a way around it if you're an accounting major. Bert is very knowledgeable on the subject of accounting, and, most importantly, he's fair.
This course is viewed as the "weeding out class" for accounting majors; if you can get through intermediate and still enjoy accounting, you're going to be fine. In this course, I learned how to use time value of money calculations in the real world, and that gave me my first look into applications of coursework.
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Advice for students:
You need a desire to learn, a work ethic, and a willingness to leave your ego behind; I didn't need to try that hard in high school, but once I got to college, I realized that some material is rather difficult and you need to seek out professors' help.