Pretty easy, overall.
I would recommend this course to every business student entering the University no matter what your major is. Its really great if you take it as your first course in your introductory semester.
There were several highlights of this course that intrigued me. I learned various concepts of preparing financial statements especially with regards to completing cash flow statements that weren't really taught well in high school. Also, the components of operating, financing and investing portions in the statement were important to acquire because without this specific knowledge, you won't be able to understand the final exam. Lastly, the comprehensive income statement was one aspect that really made me understand how businesses in the real world evaluate and allocate their resources to achieve financial success.
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Advice for students:
To succeed in this course, you need to make sure you attend every class as its important to pay attention especially if you don't have any prior accounting knowledge. This way, you can also work at home when class is over as it's a fairly large classroom so therefore working with peers can help boost your mark especially if you want to continue towards your CPA designation.