Viva Las Clarksonistas!
- Oct 28, 2008
- 2012 Suzuki Swift Sport/Aprilia Sportcity 200
I have actually stood at a point, where I had to decide whether to continue with Accounting or Finance and I went with finance because accounting was just so boring yet simple. What kind of book do you use to find even managerial hard??
I'm doing accounting because I have a cadetship with one of the Big 4 firms :lol:. That and it's pretty much so my favourite subject at the moment, I really find it engaging and intersting (and yes, quite easy after we go over it in tutes!). And the hard part about the management stuff (textbook is easy, thank god) is the journal articles- specifically searching for them. There are only so many ways you can say "rapid organisational change" :lol:
That's why rewriting exists. First drafts always suck. Anyhow my final paper for college had just short of 7,000 words for what that is worth.
Never done that, doubt I will have the time to this time. Oh well, got a "good" for my "first draft's" structure and content last time, so I guess that's something.
I never really got that whole quantity stuff, I have always written very short and to the point. In school I would generally produce the shortest essays of the class and in some courses get the highest grade for that. Most academic papers are rather short on text these days, why would you teach students to waffle?
Same here (one of my yr 12 assignments was over 60 pages, with half of that pure text), but it's the research and legwork (getting journal articles, reading them, taking notes, etc) that takes up most of my time. I normally knock the wirtig of th essay over in less than a day (and that's taking a lot of breaks, i would say 2 hours solid work)