How do you learn best? To find out, take the quiz at the beginning of the
book (page xxvii), and focus on the book features (the following two pages after the quiz) that suit your
Is the book difficult and time-consuming to read? Try absorbing the
information through a Power Point presentation! Simply enter the
publisher's Student Companion site by going to the Power Point Show page on
this website and double-clicking the link.
Choose Power Point, and then the chapter presentation you wish to view.
Wait a minute or two for the presentation to load. To advance the slides,
press enter. To navigate around the slide show, simply right click and
choose from the menu. (Note: if you do not have Power Point on your
computer, read how to download the Power Point Viewer for free at "Trouble
with Downloading? " at this website. Many students find it helpful to print out the
Accounting tutorials are available at "Links to Other Learning Resources" on this website.
Still don't have enough time to read the chapter? Go to Visuals, Textbook Chapters and Outlines
on this website. Read the chapter outline and
study the visual aids. (Note: if you do not have Adobe Acrobat on your computer,
read how to download the Adobe Acrobat Viewer for free at "Trouble with Downloading?" at this
Want to check how much you know after reading the chapter? Take the self-
study quiz and the additional self-study quiz at the publisher's (Wiley)
Student Companion Site. To enter the publisher's Student Companion Site, go
to the Links page on this website or http://www.wiley.com/college/weygandt. Choose self-study or
additional self-study quiz, and choose the chapter test you want to take.
Want to check up on your point totals to date ? Want to know if you have
any missing assignments? Once the class is underway and grading begins, I
will post your point total on the Student Point Totals page of this website
on a regular (every two weeks) basis. You need to enter your student
identification number (usually the last four digits of your COM ID
number) to access your information. Your enrollment status, total points, #
of missing assignments,and points per assignment will be posted there, as
well as your final grade when the course ends.
Grading scale: 89.5 points and above for an
A, 79.5 points and above for a B, 69.5 points and above for a C or Credit
grade, 59.5 points and above for a D.