Retake Introductory Financial Accounting?

<p>Sorry, I'm posting this again as it's own thread. I hope this is allowed, if not my apologies in advance.</p>

<p>I really need some advice on taking accounting courses. Please help, thanks!</p>

<p>My situation: </p>

<p>I took introductory financial accounting for the first time in 2008, but I ended up withdrawing from the course. Then I retook the same class at the same school (a 4-yr college) in 2009 and received a letter grade of B. </p>

<p>I recently transferred to a different college, where I received transfer credit for the intro FA class I took at my previous school. Thus, I am currently taking Managerial Accounting.</p>

<p>However, it has been 2.5 years since I retook the intro FA course. I honestly don't think I have a 100% understanding of the basics taught in the intro FA course, despite having retaken it once. </p>

<p>So, would it be a smart decision for me to retake introductory financial accounting? </p>

<p>Or is it possible to go onto intermediate financial accounting without a 100% understanding of the basics taught in the introductory financial accounting course?</p>

<p>Don't retake it. You will be fine.</p>

<p>Just go back and study your journal entries + how to make financial statements. </p>

<p>Honestly, you can even start restudying the first week of intermediate accounting and be fine.</p>

<p>Intermediate Accounting is not really a continuation of financial accounting. It is exactly same as intro to Financial Accounting but a lot more in depth. You will learn everything in the exact same order. But this time instead of rushing through the subject in 1 semester, you spend the entire year the subject.</p>

<p>@ iTransfer
thanks for the advice!! =)</p>