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This article was published in the American Journal of Business Education.    I am entitled to place a copy on my personal web site, so am placing it here at this time.  Click here for a pdf copy.

The complete citation is:

Albrecht, W. David.  (2008).  Ace Your Accounting Classes:  12 Hints To Maximize Your Potential, American Journal of Business Education, Volume 1, Number 1 (Quarter 3), pp. 1-8.

ABSTRACT

Many students experience difficulties when they try to get good grades in their accounting classes, and they are searching for answers.  There is no single answer.  Getting a good grade in an accounting class results from a process.  If you know and understand the process-and can apply it–then your chances are much improved for getting a good grade.  I recommend a process that includes twelve steps: (1) know what the professor expects, (2) be your own teacher, (3) work hard from the first day, (4) attend every class, (5) take good notes, (6) participate in class, (7) read the textbook several times, (8) look for patterns, (9) do the homework, (10) study with a friend, (11) study long and hard for each exam, and (12) live healthfully.


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