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What were the most difficult things during the first semester of the accounting and finance course and how can I prepare for the course beforehand?
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What modules will you be doing?
For us, the maths modules were very similar to a level.
The microeconomics module was probably the most difficult, law was all right, and then the actual accounting module was easy.

But yeah, it depends on your modules. There should be recommended books, pick up an old edition for cheap and have a read

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What modules will you be doing?
For us, the maths modules were very similar to a level.
The microeconomics module was probably the most difficult, law was all right, and then the actual accounting module was easy.

But yeah, it depends on your modules. There should be recommended books, pick up an old edition for cheap and have a read

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I will be studying accounting and finance
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I will be studying accounting and finance
Yes, but what modules?

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Yes, but what modules?

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So for corporate finance you can get an introductory book, and for law you'll probably start with contract law, for which there's loads of info online. Try elawresources. Familiarise yourself with the basics and some caselaw

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So for corporate finance you can get an introductory book, and for law you'll probably start with contract law, for which there's loads of info online. Try elawresources. Familiarise yourself with the basics and some caselaw

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