This page offers suggestions, advice, tips and general help, in particular on developing the content of a progress report, writing it and the use of literature.
I will also discuss my plans to successfully complete the course in month. I am taking this course to decide whether Accounting is a suitable major for me.
After this class, I will decide which program to complete. My choices are between Accounting, General Business, and Management. I also hoped that the course would educate me about the accounting component of opening and running a small business.
My goal is to achieve a grade of B or higher in the class. I have completed nine weeks of the class, and I'm pleased with my grades. I have turned four out of five sets of problems in on due dates.
Chapter 3 was turned in late for 80 percent because of my illness. In chapters 2, 3, and 5, I have also completed the challenge problem that allowed me to earn some extra points.
My quizzes scored The material has been challenging but also fun to learn. I found applications to small business particularly valuable. Journalizing and posting transaction has been easy for me. However, preparing financial statements and recording adjustments was a struggle.
I love the worksheet and how all steps of the accounting cycle came together in chapter 6. I learned so much! My average for two exams is 86 percent. I did much better on the first exam than on the second one.
I can see the same patter of the problem portion of the exams being easier for me that the scantrons portion. I have to spend more time on the theory to more clearly understand the concepts.
My attendance has been great.
I had only three excused absences due to my illness. I was present at all other classes. Work to be Completed: Half of the course content is still ahead. I anticipate that the work will become even more challenging.
I'm particularly looking forward to learning about payroll and financial statement analysis. We still have two more exams, 3 more quizzes, and six more homeworks to turn in! I will attempt to complete challenge problems for every assignment to earn extra credit.
I am considering changing my goal for the class to an A. I know that I will have to maintain and probably increase my discipline and focus as the work gets more challenging. One specific problem I face is a one-week vacation I have scheduled in month. I'll be missing one class date the week of XYZ.
I look forward to the remainder of the course.Have you ever wondered exactly why and how to write a weekly report that is effective? Vladimir Nikolaev answers these questions in a nice presentation.
For a junior staff member the weekly report is the only possibility to demonstrate his/her management that he/she is. Graduate Student Progress Report Instructions: This progress report is specifically for students who are post-coursework (specialty exams- dissertation writing).Please complete all sections of the form that are applicable to you.
After you have met. Dear Campus Community, Earlier this year, I said I would provide a progress report to the Stanford community this spring on the first year of the Student Title IX Process, our new pilot process. The UWC is once again hosting Final Paper Countdown, an undergraduate writing retreat designed to help you BTHO those final papers and projects.
From 5 to p.m., we'll provide a quiet place to write in Evans Library, along with coffee and snacks to keep your fueled. the writing process Writing a Response or Reaction Paper Each semester, you will probably be asked by at least one instructor to read a book or an article (or watch a TV show or a film) and to write a paper recording your response or reaction to the material.
I have been waiting for the Government to respond to my formal written reports; it has been eight months since publication of my Annual Report for , and over five months since publication of my Report into the Westminster Bridge attack investigation.