Analysis of Factors Leading to Success in Intermediate Accounting
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This paper examines if various factors such as academic performance in other courses, age, gender, and primary language of communication affect student success as an accounting major. Success for this paper is completion of the second unit of intermediate accounting. Knowing what factors predict success is valuable as it allows counselors to direct students to other majors, if appropriate, and helps accounting programs identify the best and brightest students. If it is known what factors influence success, those factors should be used for determining who gets admitted into the major.
Martinis, K., Gierlaskinski, N., & Tidd, R. (2003). Analysis of factors leading to success in intermediate accounting. Journal of Academy of Business and Economics, 1(2).
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