I can’t believe that I am done with this school year! It seems so fast time has passed. There were too many things to be commemorated in the spring quarter, but the one that is composed of happiness and reluctance to let go must be the Fisher commencement.
I haven't posted as regularly as I would have liked, so this entry is going to be somewhat disjointed. May and June have been busy months, filled with some great experiences. The most exciting of these was finally landing a job! Oh what a long journey it's been. At the end of fall quarter one of my friends had introduced me to KPMG's Columbus recruiter who, from that point on, kept me abreast of entry-level audit openings. In March I received an e-mail about an opportunity in Chicago, so I promptly filled out the necessary application form and sent it off.
This quarter has absolutely flown by. I have barely had time to breath, let alone relax. I am currently taking two accounting courses (an IFRS course, and a cost-accounting course) as well as taking a trading and markets course, and my personal favorite (not!) an introduction to ethics course necessary to earn the Maryland CPA designation.
Well, the habitual "check your grades every 2 hours" has commenced. In light of being done with my first quarter as a graduate student, I figured I would prepare for everyone for winter by listing the biggest misconceptions about Ohio winters.
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Hello again everyone. As I sit here writing this at 8:23 PM on Friday evening, I have a sense of urgency; not because I am preparing for a night out on the town, but because I have a yellow legal pad to-do list for the evening. For this reason, I am going to use bullet points: