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Probably the most interesting subject in the first year of a BCom degree. However, you will have to put in effort to prepare for the final exam.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

I took this subject with no finance background after hearing that it was a WAM booster. Don't be fooled, you must still put in effort to score well. Attempt the tute questions on your own before looking at solutions, and try to attend the actual tutes when you can. During SWOTVAC try at least one sample exam too to get a feel for it. Content was a bit dry for me since I wasn't too interested in finance in the first place, but this semester's lecturer Sean was great and made studying POF more enjoyable than I expected!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

If you really study, understand concepts, and make good notes of lectures/tutorials, finals and the assignments can be done quite well. Even though you are not confident with your math skills, it won't be hard as long as you understand how the formulas work. Always prioritize your lectures and tutorials, no outside sources needed.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

This was the bane of my existence. I didn't think I could ever experience misery like this. lectures were all 2 hours which were long and dry. Concepts were super difficult to grasp but I also failed methods so guess it makes sense. The final exam was not similar to the practices in ANY shape or form, really hoping there's some scaling this sem or else I'll have to be back in the summer. In all honestly, just don't fall behind and make sure to really understand the concepts because that exam twisted formulas left right centre to test your understanding.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2021

The worst breadth (science student) I took and I have major regrets. Lectures are 2hrs and just long and boring. Pick something else cause this ain't it.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

This is a difficult subject period. The lectures are long and tiresome and it's just not a vibe. But when you do get the concepts it's pretty rewarding I guess.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

I can't say this clearly enough it isnt a math subject!!! It's different It can be abstract at times and a lil weird (hence 20% fail rate) but also there's plenty of opportunity do well (30% H1 rate). Very useful and overs bare basics of corp finance and financial "math"

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Really hard to keep up with especially if you're not mathematically inclined. I found the lectures so boring and could barely pay attention. The lecturer, Asjeet, did try to make the lectures a bit more engaging, but it was still quite boring. If it wasn't a compulsory subject for the BComm, I wouldn't have taken it. The exam was also quite difficult (especially being all online this semester), despite the other assignments being bearable.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Particularly enjoyed this subject as a breadth, gives an introductory course to finance and covers topic ranging from financial mathematics to portfolio theory and CAPM. Well-managed, tutorials are engaging and gives enough practice to prepare you for assessments.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Would highly recommend taking this in Semester 1 if you are going to do it (I have generally heard not so great things from students who have done it in Sem 2, because the lecturer is different). The course provides a general insight to principles of finance which will be expanded upon in future finance subjects, and the content is generally palatable assuming you take the time and attention to understand the material during tutes and doing weekly tutorials. Apart from this not a whole lot of work is required, and it was something which I worried less about during my semester.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019