newmoon_1984 Started The Discussion:
Dear All,
I have completed my MBA major as (Finance) and minor as (HR). My Graduation background is B.Sc(Electronics) and fortunately got a job in Finance Company after my Graduation. I have completed MBA simultanously while doing job through regular mode.Though i was from Science background, I could able to manage Finance subjects in my MBA and somehow cleared MBA in 1st class. Now when I am going for an Interview most of the questions which are posted to me are from Finance or Accounting. I could able to answer finance questions but when it comes to Accounting I am losing my confident as i dont have any Accounting knowledge because I didnt have accounts as my subject in my degree level.
All the questions are from Intermediate and Degress levels but i didnt study Intermediate and degress course with Accounting as my subject.
Can anyone help out in knowing what are the basic Accounting questions that are asked in Interview. I am able to clear all the rounds but when it comes to Accounting I am helpless.
Your suggestions would be appriciated.
Thanking you in advance.

Regards,
Rehan.
Posted 24th August 2009 From India, Hyderabad
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