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The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) is the accountancy body for professional accountants and has over 36 000 members. So that means 36 000 South Africans have chosen to study accounting or pursue financial accounting courses at university. If you, like the 36 000 registered accountants, have decided that this is the field of study that you too would like to pursue, seek additional accounting help as soon as possible to help make your dream of being an accountant a reality. If you are really struggling with what needs to be debited and what needs to be credited there is no need to be shy when it comes to asking for help! Reaching out for an accounting tutor from Grade 10 is an excellent strategy to enable you to grasp the core basics of the subject, and decide whether accounting is actually a field you would like to get into after school. The key principle for succeeding in any subject is acknowledging that you may benefit from getting additional help. If the idea of reaching out for an accounting tutor seems uncomfortable, you can always start off by dipping your feet in the collaboration pool to see what gaining some additional help may feel like, and whether it will be beneficial for you. For starters, you can join an accounting study group with people your own age. This way everyone within the study group is helping everyone else and no one needs to feel shy about asking for help. Forming a study group will enable to understand the value of learning from others. If you simply cannot get your trial balance to balance, perhaps someone in the group can guide you with that. Together you can work through past papers, exam review booklets, and even assist each other with completing the journals you have received for homework. Having a study group will allow you to see which topics are too difficult for you to grasp, even when your peers explain it to you. In this way you already have an idea of what you would like to get out of your accounting tutorials. Remember each and every student is unique, so while your friends may be grasping things as fast as a hare, lagging behind at a snail’s pace need not worry you. Do not cause yourself too much unnecessary pressure while trying to keep up to the pace of others. An expert tutor will know what your learning styles are and at what pace you are able to grasp new concepts, so they will tailor-make their lessons to suit your capabilities. Are you feeling slightly more at ease now about seeking the additional accounting help?
South Africa offers so much encouragement for students who are thinking about studying accounting. For one the Accountancy online magazine offers many inspirational stories from accountants themselves. The articles penned by different accountants show that life is all about rising above foibles and not letting anyone distract you from achieving your dreams. Anneline Marais, the Chief Financial Officer at the Sol Plaatjies University, states that children, who want to pursue accounting at university, should think about learning to play a musical instrument from a young age. Learning to play the guitar, piano, or violin will instil in you the needed discipline and dedication that you require when you study accounting at a university level. Accounting is all about believing that you can succeed. In fact many South African colleges and universities understand that the disciple is tough so they offer shorter Financial Accounting courses, introductory accounting as well as online accounting courses. Get Smarter is a 9 week-long accounting online course. The course is meant to cover the fundamentals needed to fulfil a supportive accounting role at any company. The course involves the fundamentals of accounting, creating financial statements, drafting budgets, measuring financial performance, and business tax. The College of South Africa offers a certificate in business accounting, and the Milpark Educational Institute offers the ICB Financial Accounting course which allows you to study 4 subjects at a time and start at a foundation level. The more subjects you do, the easier it becomes to reach an advanced level, and actually start practicing accounting. So why is accounting encouraged in South Africa? There are always jobs available for accountants, and accountants usually earn about 380 000 rands per year. Hence accounting is promoted in South Africa. Having a keen interest in the subject from a tender age is excellent as it may mean a successful future career.
Accounting teachers are not lacking at all in South Africa. Whether it is at universities, private schools, business schools, or even accountants who work at Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC), you are bound to find someone who is tutoring part-time and is willing to provide you with the help you need. Accounting tutorials will help you understand the accounting equation. If you are still at school, there is many bachelors of commerce or bachelor of accounting students eagerly waiting to help you know which transactions can be classified as expenses and which can be termed an income. There are numerous professors and tutors eager to lend a helping hand. Keep in mind that each tutor has their own teaching style... But all tutors are also able to adapt to all circumstances and the needs of each student!
Faced with the rising number of teachers and tutors in South Africa, finding the best accounting teacher who can help you understand accounting may seem like an overwhelming task. But thankfully with Superprof, finding a tutor is much easier! Behold, there is a vast array of professional tutors offering private lessons at home while adhering to your schedule and your budget. Our tutors are ready to help you study, help you with homework, and assist you in tackling complex concepts. Our Superprof teachers eagerly await the chance to aid you with any of the accounting challenges that you face.
Oh, and do you know how many tutors are available to you on Superprof? Just a little over 25 486 tutors, who are all enthusiastic about tutoring you. To ease the search burden for finding the perfect tutor, you can perform a search based solely on the criteria of finding a tutor in your area. Any home tutor that you select will have excellent teaching skills and know-how to be patient in helping you to achieve your goals, starting from the very first lesson. Dive into your accounting books with an accounting tutor by your side!
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