VCE Accounting Units 3&4

Topic Tests and Trial Exams

  • 6 topic tests and 3 trial exams
  • Digital worked solutions
  • Free digital answer book (available below)
  • ISBN: 978-1-922445-21-6

$39.95


Answer Book

The Decode VCE Accounting Unit 3&4 Study Guide (Answer Book) can be downloaded for free on the below link. This is designed to be used in conjunction with the Question Book.


About this book

This 250+ page publication comes in two volumes:

  • Volume 1: Topic Tests & Trial Examinations [Question Book]
  • Volume 2: Solution Manual (free digital download)

The corresponding Answer Book is available above as a free digital download.

Features

  • All three authors are former VCE Accounting students who scored a perfect 50 in Accounting!
  • All questions have been originally written
  • Features 6 topic tests mapped to each Area of Study
  • Also contains 3 full-length trial examinations
  • Hyper-detailed solutions and explanations to all problems, plus exam tips, learning tools and problem solving techniques in digital solution manual (access codes and QR code available in hardcopy question book)

Specifications

  • Authors: Jabbok Lam, Samantha Kirk, Phyllis Pan
  • ISBN: 978-1-922445-21-6

About the Authors

Dr Jabbok Lam graduated from Glen Waverley Secondary College in 2011 with an ATAR of 99.75, which included a perfect study score of 50 in Accounting, as well as scores of 47 in Mathematical Methods and 45 in Specialist Mathematics. Jabbok has since completed his Bachelor of Health Science and Master of Dentistry at La Trobe University, and is now a practising dentist.

Samantha Kirk graduated from secondary school in 2017 with an ATAR of 99.65, including a perfect study score of 50 in Accounting, as well as 49 in English and 47 in Biology. Samantha has since undertaken further studies in Accounting and Finance at university.

Phyllis Pan graduated from Mount Waverley Secondary College in 2012 with an ATAR of 99.80, scoring a perfect 50 in Accounting, 47 in Economics and 46 in English Language. Phyllis has completed a double degree in Commerce and Economics at Monash University as a participant of the esteemed Commerce Scholars programme, and is currently a distinguished Chartered Accountant.