This one goes out to all of my MAcc classmates... First of all, let me say that I CANNOT believe this is the last week of classes for the first term of the MAcc program. The past seven weeks have flown by, and now it's time for finals. So for now, here are some tips to succeed this week:
Apparently this quarter is going a lot faster than I had realized because it's already week 3! So let me start off by saying, welcome back 2nd year MLHRs, welcome 1st year MLHRs and a welcome in advance to all the prospective students that will hopefully be coming here next fall.
That is, unless you have a class at 8:30 AM. But somehow my early morning tax class is also my favorite class in my schedule.
Whenever I tell friends outside of MLHR that the program has an emphasis on group work, the usual response is something to the effective of, "Ugggg I HATE group work." or "I don't know how you handle group work all the time. Isn't that so hard to find time with your schedules?" Now, I must admit, I came into the program with a similar attitude when they told us we would be working in groups for most of our time here. However, I think I might have come to rather enjoy group work. Here are a few reasons why group work isn't as bad as people think: