I am an engineering student nearing the end of my graduation. As such, my goal in enrolling Accounting Crash Course was to advance my knowledge of accounting to potentially qualify for a career in business.
The crash course was satisfactory and comprehensive. The lessons were clear and I learned many concepts about accounting which I previously did not grasp very well.
I enjoyed it a lot and I wish I had taken it sooner along with some other accounting courses. The program has helped get me up to speed quickly on all aspects of financial modeling.
I am starting a career in Valuations Financial Modeling for a Big Four firm in the next 30 days and I was hoping to brush up on my skills, learn industry best practices for building/formatting my models, and earn a certification that I could add to my resume. Additionally, I wanted to show up to work with the ability to prove that I could handle complicated projects.
So far, I am enjoying the course. It is thorough and has provided adequate materials. It has given me a certification that is a “gold star” of sorts – showing at least a base level of skills to employers. Also, it shows initiative.
My main goal was to further establish credibility with my ability to build financial models. I was at the end of my MBA and was seeking employment in a capital markets capacity.
I found the course very well structured and easy to follow. The videos and supporting material was very good. Using a real company as the subject matter helped immensely.
I am about six months into my career as an investment banker and the bank I work for recommended this course
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