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ACCG301 : Comprehensive summary notes

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ACCG301 Summary Notes

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ACCG301 Notes

Detailed notes from semester 2 2016. NOTE: notes cover lectures from weeks 1-13

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It starts off interesting but it gets boring (After week 8 you no longer do much calculations). It's pretty much ACCG2000 with a moustache (more theory). You will be following weekly case studies (Foleo Fones) but the case readings are just way too long (boring). You won’t find any difficulties if you keep up with the lecture materials and attend tute (compared to other units it’s not a lot). Also, it uses the same prescribe textbook as ACCG2000. The multiple-choice in this unit take a lot of time to complete so target them first (in assessments).

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

it is bit boring.. but easy overall. Lecturer is quite good.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

There is a mixture of theory and practical - do homework every week to maximise easy marks.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016