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Much harder than accounting 1A mainly because of the qualitative components. If you like accounting, you will find this course interesting. Do the practice quizzes, many questions in the final exam are similar to those.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

A wonderful course where the lecturers and tutors really understand students and know how to teach them. Very enjoyable as long as you keep up to date with the work!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Requires a strong foundation in ACCT1501. You study those topics that you haven't done in ACCT1A. Half theory & half journal entries so you do need to have some basic business knowledge to do well. The exam is pretty tough so study consistently definitely helps.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2012

Not bad. Builds upon ACCT1501 content in a way that isn't dry (in most cases). If you have a good tutor that doesn't bore you also helps!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

On completion the first year accounting courses seek to develop: technical competence in recording economic events in the accounting system; a critical understanding of key technical terms and concepts so as to interpret accounting information and reports in the financial press; an ability to argue a reasoned position on key questions of accounting theory and practice; and familiarity with institutional structures that affect the practice of accounting. Topics covered in this course will include accounting for the major transactions cycles, cash, receivables, inventory, non-current assets and liabilities, cash flow statements, accounting policy choice, further detail on management accounting including costing systems and budgeting, corporate governance, and professional ethics.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Interesting subject that builds on 1A. A bit difficult to understand at times and requires more work. But still great.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014