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This unit should be named "personal financial planning", it might only be useful if you pursue a career in that area. tutorial questions are almost not related to lecture content, cannot find answers to the tutorial questions. Some questions are very abstract. In terms of the equations given the lecturer did not give any meaningful explanation so it does not make sense to memorize these equations. Many lecture contents are very abstract as well without much explanation. It is ridiculous that some comments are misleading, as long as a unit does not involve difficult math, then someone would say it is a "good unit". Please do not be mislead, as you will learn nothing useful in this unit. Whenever a unit is difficult in math, then people are mean in comments on that unit, regardless of if that unit is useful or not. Please use your judgement.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020
Easily the easiest finance unit in the finance major. It's predominantly theory based, and there's calculations here and there but they're all pretty simple. The tute questions are VERY close to the exam questions, know those and you should be fine, and also study the lecture slides.