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BUSINESS 210232404 AICE BUSINESS

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    Jul 25, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    The class itself is great it gives a broad but accurate perspective of the real business world, it seems like a college class in many aspects such as not much homework and few tests. Their are no multiple choice tests which seems harsh and unfair but you will later understand and thank your teacher. Passing the Cambridge exam is the ultimate goal and is considered as an AP test. The class prepares you and you don't feel as if something wasn't taught. In conclusion a great class if you're looking for a future in any type of business.

    Course highlights:

    At first I struggled thinking I can fool around and procrastinate like some of my Honors classes, this thought process was soon changed when I failed my first two vocal tests .And my teacher Mrs. Calenzani helped a bunch of us not doing well and held after school workshops on her own time to help us improve. So I then started to pay attention and discovered I truly enjoyed what I was being taught, so my grades improved drastically. In the second semester I was hooked and it suddenly became my favorite class, and by working hard and enjoying the class I managed to get straight A's in my second semester.

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    6-8 hours

    Advice for students:

    I highly recommend this class for sophomore or junior year due to the fact that most of the vocal and terms are taught and are expected to be known in classes such as Marketing, Legal Aspects, or Pre-Aice business classes.

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