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The class is way more difficult compared to intermediate accounting I and II. If you thought revenue recognition and deferred taxes are hard, you better be prepared to study even harder for consolidations.
Class structure: quiz every two weeks (5 quizzes total), one homework problem due every week (5 points total, 1 point for just turning in something), and extra credit (~2 points) for course evaluation. That being said, it is possible to get an A in this class because she curves, but make sure to do your best and keep up with the coursework. It gets easier after we finished the consolidation chapters (after week 6), but definitely a good course to take if you're interested in working in public accounting and want to get the CPA, work in investment banking or finance in mergers and acquisitions, or just like taking accounting classes in general.