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Do you have a funny story from when you were studying accounting (or other subjects)? 

Maybe something crazy happened right on the day when you were writing your exam? Or when you went for a job interview? Or maybe something ridiculous happened in one of your classes?

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Do you have a scary, gut-wrenching or horrific story from when you were studying accounting (or other subjects)?

A story about a horrific test or exam? Or just a horrific question in a paper? How about a terrible teacher? Or a gigantic and super-complicated textbook?

Tell us about it! Include a photo or image of yourself or one that is related to your story and you could win a copy of the full official Accounting Basics E-book, valued at $25!

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I was called for a bursary to pursue my studies, when I arrived there it was around 08h00 early in the morning. They gave me a pen and a paper to write …

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