Pros: All the assignments are pretty self-explanatory and due once a week, every Sunday and are very, very easy.
You have to write a 10-18 page paper, but it is SUPER easy because its all about you, so it's a nice grade boost if you're doing poorly in the class.
It's all online, so you never have to worry about going to class.
Both the Midterm and Final study guide are on Koofers and that is all you need to study.
Cons: There are only two tests, Midterm and Final.
Each assignment is worth a lot, so if you forget or miss one, your grade automatically goes down by 2%.
The tests are a lot of information to study, but at the same time a lot of it is common sense and Koofers has the Midterm and Final study guide which got me a B on both exams.
There are no curves on any assignments, papers or tests.
There are a lot of "self evaluation" quizzes that you have to take in the textbooks and online, so give yourself at least two hours to do your homework, just in case. You'll need all the "self evaluation" quizzes for the paper you have to write, so make sure to remember them and save the results. The paper only takes about four hours to write if you leave it to the last minute. He gives you a lot of youtube videos to watch and take notes on, but I received a B in the class without watching a single one. Overall, a very easy class as long as you remember that you're taking it and turn in all of your assignments. This class is procrastinator friendly and you will do well if you simply try and take it seriously.
Professor rated by: Accounting Student on November 4, 2014
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