A Business Conference is an individualized session where a Specialist or tutor collaborates with you to help you become a self-sufficient learner who can demonstrate clear understanding of various finance, economics, and accounting concepts.
Conferences can last up to 30 minutes, and can be in person or virtually.
A Business tutor can assist you in:
- Understanding key concepts from your course
- Building strategies to prevent you from falling behind
- Developing test-preparation and study skills
- Using your calculator more efficiently
- Obtaining resources relevant to concepts from your course
How to Prepare
While in line for tutoring, please have one or more of the following ready:
- Computer or laptop on with relevant course and/or software open
- Relevant class notes
- Paper, pencil, eraser, and calculator
- Study guides or assignments
Tips for before signing into the queue:
- Try the assignment ahead of time to see where you really need assistance.
- Be organized and have everything ready to utilize your time with a tutor.
- Try not to wait to the last minute to process a large volume of material.
- Prepare for your tutor by signing in on the computer and getting your questions ready. This will optimize your time with the tutor.
Sign in for a business conference
ACG2021 Financial Accounting
- Adjusting Entries Illustration
- Bonds Payable - Accounting for Bonds Sold at a Discount (Practice)
- Bonds Payable - Accounting for Bonds Sold at a Premium (Practice)
- Bonds Payable - Accounting for Bonds Sold at Face Value (Practice)
- Buyer Entries Using the Perpetual Inventory System
- Debits and Credits in the Ledger Accounts
- Disposal of Fixed Assets
- General Ledger - T Accounts (blank)
- Installment Notes Payable and Accounting for Long-Term Notes Payable
- Inventory Review Questions Applying FIFO, LIFO, Average-Cost Methods
- Inventory Review Questions (Answer Key) Applying FIFO, LIFO, Average-Cost Method
- Journal Entries for Petty Cash Fund
- Merchandising Operations - Perpetual Inventory Entries
- Merchandising Operations - Perpetual Inventory Entries (Practice)
- Notes Payable – Journal Entries (practice problem)
- Notes Receivable
- Preparing a Multiple Step Income Statement
- Recording Closing Entries, Calculation of Net Income and Ending Retained Earning
- Seller Entries Using the Perpetual Inventory System
- SoftChalk Outside Resources
- Steps in Preparing a Bank Reconciliation
- Stocks - Definitions and Journal Entries of Transactions
ACG2071 Managerial Accounting
ECO2013 Principles of Economics: Macro
- Calculating Opportunity Cost
- Opportunity Cost
- Equilibrium: Aggregate Demand - Aggregate Supply
- Fiscal Policy vs Monetary Policy
- GDP: Calculating Real GDP and GDP Growth
- GDP Calculations and Definitions
- GDP Definitions
- GDP Expenditure Approach
- Market Structure Chart
- Market Structure Review Worksheet
- Supply and Demand - Ceilings and Floors
- Supply and Demand - Demand Focus
- Supply and Demand - Market Equilibrium
- Supply and Demand - Price Ceilings
- Types of Unemployment
- Types of Unemployment Chart
- World GDP and Per Capita GDP
ECO2023 Principles of Economics: Micro
We currently do not have any resources for this subject. If you would like to make a request for future materials, please speak with a tutor or Specialist.
Helpful Links & Websites
This free website has courses in macroeconomics, microeconomics, finance and capital markets.
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