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Anyone tried the Investopedia or Udemy Excel for Finance course?

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I'm thinking of purchasing one of these programs to bolster my Excel knowledge before starting B-School. I come from a non-business background and have a very limited knowledge of Excel so I figure one of these courses could greatly help me in business school and beyond. Anyone have any experience with either one and can recommend them?

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New post 21 Aug 2017, 07:00
Most of the udemy courses have a trial. Why don’t you try them out and see if it helps you?
Plus they cost about $22 on discount so would be a good investment, especially if you like the course.


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New post 04 Oct 2017, 05:23
No, I haven't but if you find some useful info, please let me know. And I also appreciate recommendations from each person here. Thank you !

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New post 09 Oct 2017, 16:44
I just signed up for the Udemy Financial Modelling and Valuation Excel course, I’ll give a review on this thread once I’ve gotten through some modules. For $15 on sale, you really can’t lose.


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New post 09 Oct 2017, 18:12
udemy almost always has a crazy sale going on so u can get most of the courses for < $10

but i think just go for whatever course gives u most time behind the wheel--practice makes perfect!!

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