What to do When You’re Failing in Accounting

Oh hey accounting students! We are nearing the end of the semester and this is around the time when students have that “come to Jesus” moment. If you have started to realize that you are failing or seriously underperforming in accounting, there may be time to turn it around. I have not failed an accounting course before but I did come very close and ended with a “C”. The Accounting department never let me forget that “C” either, but I digress.

If you are not performing well, the first thing you should do is assess how badly you are failing. If you run the numbers and determine that mathematically, it would be impossible to pass — then withdrawal from the course. If you can still pass but would need to move Heaven and Earth to do so, then get to moving. You will need to seek the help of professors, making drastic changes to your schedule, and seek help, but passing is still possible.

In today’s video I am detailing four ways to turn your grade around from a failing grade to passing. These are all strategies that I implemented while in college that worked well for me.

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