principles of accounting grades.

<p>i got an A in principles of accounting I and II. </p>

<p>is this a sign that accounting might be a good career move for me?</p>

<p>have all of u heard of principle of accounting course by the way? it is offered at my community college but it might be titled differently in other colleges.</p>

<p>hell no.
Dumbest reason to go into a career I've heard in a long time.</p>

<p>I have an A in AP Lang right now... but I hate writing. Just cause you have a good grade doesn't mean you should base your career on the subject.</p>

<p>If you got an A in it AND you were really interested in the classes, then I think you should pursue a career in accounting.</p>

<p>I took a class titled as principles I and II in high school and 4.0 it. But it didn't prepare me at all for financial accounting in college (the weed out course). I ended up with a 2.0. Go into accounting if you are good at it and actually passionate about it.</p>

<p>I got an A in Astronomy 101. Guess I shoulda been an astronaut. </p>

<p>Don't worry, you'll learn critical thinking throughout your college career. Good luck!</p>

<p>Also. Financial accounting is not the weed out class. Intermediate I and II are. If you can't do well in financial I would hate to think what it'd be like for you in Intermediate.</p>

<p>OK, as a Prof. teaching the first level financial accounting course at a four college, I have to agree with #4, 5 and 7.</p>

<p>If you find accounting interesting and want to learn more, consider it as a major. But see how you do at the four year school level. Intermediate I should help determine if you really like this subject and can do it.</p>

<p>If you enjoy it, then go for it. If you don't enjoy it, but are committed to putting in the crazy study-hours for upper level accounting (as it gets terribly more difficult/tedious), then go for it.</p>

<p>If not, then look for something else.</p>