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ARA notes for Exam

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Covers everything from the very basic theories to the complicated topics. Useful for exam although...

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Accounting Reports and Analysis, ARA, Summary Notes

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An organised summary of the content that you actually need to know for the ACCT10001 exam.

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These notes encompass all the required and supplementary readings for the course and highlight the n...

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Accounting Reports and Analysis Complete Study Notes

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This is a comprehensive guide covering all topics in Accounting Reports and Analysis. It includes:...

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H1 ARA Complete Revision Notes

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This extensive note combines key points from lecture notes, tutorial questions, challenging past exa...

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Additional ARA Notes

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Accounting Reports and Analysis notes summarised from the textbook chapter 3-7, 9-10, 13. Simple and...

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H1 ARA Notes (Most recent)

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I spent my SWOTVAC and some more days curating these notes from lectures, tutorials, and the textboo...

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Full Lecture Notes (NEW SYLLABUS)

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The syllabus has changed in 2017, very useful summarised notes from the e-book and lecture slides.

26 pages, 9696 words

ULTIMATE Comprehensive ACCT10001 H1 STUDENT's Notes + Revision Summaries (Accounting Reports and Analysis 2017)

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A bit dry .... But the content is useful and perhaps having a good tutor will help clarify why you need that to know certain things! It makes your life easy and motivates you! I would recommend the tutors with strong background in accounting

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2010

Tutors are good, but the organization of the subject is chaotic.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

I come from an accounting background so that made this subject a little easier. Lots of concepts that you need to learn wuickly if you don't know anything about accounting. The lecturer and tutors are nice except when it comes to help with assignments. Little to no guidance is offered which makes the last assignment (report) a little difficult to handle. Overall, well taught and pretty enjoyable.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Boring subject and lecturers. Did not attend or attempt to listen to lectures after week 2. Relied on tutorials which seemed far more helpful instead. Group assignment is a pain and we did not have enough guidance doing it.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014

Personally, I didn't enjoy the content and found that they tried to push a lot of content into a short period of time and the result is that the content is not retained particularly well. The text book was next to useless as a resource for learning the material and often was filled with lots of unnecessary information amongst the few key ideas. Overall, the subject was generally low scoring, and furthermore, the major assessment was poorly marked and very subjective, which even the subject coordinator, Matt Dyki, admitted, that two different markers could give differing marks. Overall, didn't enjoy the subject and found that it could have been taught much better than what it was.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

Quite convoluted with many obscure concepts and a focus on rote learning. Lack of sufficient study resources also makes preparing for the exam doubly difficult.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

Very poorly taught subject - if you haven't done accounting before it is not at all fun. Lecturers seem more intent on telling you how hard the subject AND accounting is, but looking back the content, if taught properly, would have been fairly simple. Not a very positive introduction into commerce from a maths/science background. Readings are ridiculously long and weekly tests are annoying - but overall if you do well in the tests and assignment then you will most likely do well in the exam. Definitely recommend seeking help/tuition if you have not done accounting before.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014

Matt Dyki was an interesting lecturer, to say the least.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014

Buy paperwork not ebook even the lecturer recommend it. This is a theory based subject. Reading is very very important for this subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2013

Not a well-taught subject. The content is interesting and very useful/applicable but also very lengthy and tedious - reading 50+ pages of the textbook each week isn't an effective way to teach in my opinion. Some of the lecturers were better than others. Definitely a challenging subject because it's quite convoluted and you're not always sure where everything hangs together. Felt like I was lost in this subject a bit but now I realise I've actually learnt a lot. To people interested in accounting, this would be a good subject to choose and you may enjoy it - otherwise, I would not recommend it.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014