Conducting Seminar in Accounting II among Grade 12 ABM Students in Bestlink College of the Philippines


  • Princess Kylie Miguel
  • Rene Oliver Antonio
  • Rovicwood Ardenio
  • Ara Buenaflor
  • Michaella Luna
  • Rinna Bayaborda


enhance accounting skills


Some Accountancy, Business, and Management (ABM)students are having a hard time in their accounting subject because they do not have interest or passion in this subject; they are merely forced to take this strand. Thus, a majority of the students are stressed to this subject. This research aims to enhance Accounting II Skill of Grade 12 ABM students of Bestlink College of the Philippines by conducting a seminar. Many students are suffering because of this subject even if the teacher explains it carefully. Perhaps, an accountancy graduate can help the students by giving his tips on how to improve our understanding inaccounting subject. Descriptive method is used in this study. A descriptive study determines and reports the way things are. The main instrument used is questionnaire, which is used to accumulate the data needed to answer the problems presented in chapter1. Most of the respondents are 18 years old. The majority of the respondents is female, and most have 80–84 grades in their previous Accounting II subject. All of the respondents are uncertain in how factor analytic skills affects Accounting II skills; they cannot analyze the problems in business transactions, they loss interest in doing the subjects’ required paper works or activities because of lack in analytical skills, they can easily do paper works and activities in accounting, and they can easily know and solve the problems in Accounting II. Some of the students have effects on their academic performance. They can do paper works and perform in recitation confidently; and some are uncertain in understanding the lesson easily and can finish the paper works, seat works, and activities on time and disagree that it has no effect at all. Most of the students have difficulties in Accounting II, that is, they cannot analyze business transactions; they cannot finish journal entries, ledger, and trial balance on time; etc. Therefore, the researchers recommend that ABM students should study hard, be determined to do their tasks, and listen to the teacher eagerly for them to improve their analytical and problem-solving skills.



How to Cite

Miguel, P. K. ., Antonio, R. O. ., Ardenio, R., Buenaflor, A. ., Luna, M., & Bayaborda, R. . (2020). Conducting Seminar in Accounting II among Grade 12 ABM Students in Bestlink College of the Philippines. Ascendens Asia Singapore – Bestlink College of the Philippines Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 2(1). Retrieved from

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