I'll try make this as short as possible.
I resat a year in college, but carried on with a mixed programme. I've just finished A2 Accounting and now have one year left (studying A2 Business and A-Level Further Mathematics), so I was wondering what books I should read in order to:
1) look good on my personal statement
2) have things to discuss in interviews
3) continue to remember the concepts I've learnt in accounting
4) generally just learn more about the subject itself
Personally, I'm looking for books such as The Undercover Economist by Tim Harford, The Financial Crisis: Who's to Blame by Howard Davies, Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosakiand How the City of London Works by William Clarke.
Additionally, I'm intending to read The Economist as much as possible, and watch the news over summer.
Any suggestions on books to check out?
Accounting Further Reading Watch
- Thread Starter
- 04-07-2014 13:26
- 05-07-2014 14:10
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