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Extensive complete FINA1221 notes (HD)

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FINA1221 Final Exam Notes

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Reviews

I found this unit rather difficult as the quizzes, although have unlimited attempts, they take quite long to do. Many questions that are seen in the quizzes tend to reappear in the exam in a similar fashion. I think that doing this unit will require lots of hard-work and dedication as it is not an easy unit. If you want to do this unit as an easy HD I would not recommend. I believe that I only got a HD in this unit because of COVID as the lecturers changed the exam weightage down from 70% to 60%. Despite this, I found this unit very useful and interesting and the unit lecturers teach these concepts quite well and to the level that you need to know. The best thing about this unit were the lecturers as they are very useful and make up for the hardness of the unit to a particular extent. Frank tends to answer questions on the discussion forums quite quickly and in depth, explaining step by step of to solve the harder calculations in this unit. Despite this, I found tutorials quite useless as tutors tend to simply go over the tutorial questions which have answers that are uploaded onto LMS anyway.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Simple unit, covers core finance principles and techniques such as discounted cash flows. Calculations are fairly straightforward. Overall an easy HD

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

It seems Mosha is the first time teaching this unit, overall acceptable teaching style, BUT NOT explaining some concepts clearly. The highlight is the final exam, all short answer questions are calculations, which I love the most. Jing, which taught the first part, tend to focus on concepts in the mid-exam (do not be mislead by her focus on caculations in lectures).

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Relatively simple unit, but do make sure to understand discounting cash flows properly and theory. Calculations aren't heavy at all but do require understanding, not just rote memory for HD.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Lecturer wastes a lot of time trying to be cool (he was Frank). Stopped watching the lectures and just used his powerpoints and the tute questions to study. Exam questions are very similar to tute questions. Boring unit if you don't like math.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

I did this unit as a broadening, assuming it wouldn't be too tough as a science student (i.e. familiar enough with mathematics already). That was largely true; save for some business-speak terminology the maths is fairly straightforward, even in the latter portion of the unit (where it's just sigma/Std Dev etc). It was taught by Keith when I did it and I really enjoyed how he taught and explained the concepts in very relatable and understandable ways. It's not too hard to HD, and if you're a science student looking for a low-stress broadening I'd take this over most arts units.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

The lecturer this semester, Keith, did a good job at explaining the proofs of the formulas and the theory parts. The unit is pretty doable and the maths isn't too hard but some concepts (eg. TVM,NPV) require a good understanding, as it forms the base for further calcs. All the best!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

A really good unit that gives you an idea of whether a finance degree is for you. Quite heavy on calculations.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2013

An interesting finance unit. Many formulae and calculations will be taught. Practices are needed to better understanding of how do the formulae work.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2012