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This course explores Excel as a tool for solving business problems. In this course you will learn the basic functions of excel through guided demonstration. Each week you will build on your excel skills and be provided an opportunity to practice what you’ve learned. Finally, you will have a chance to put your knowledge to work in a final project. Please note, the content in this course was developed using a Windows version of Excel 2013. This course was created by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP with an address at 300 Madison Avenue, New York, New York, 10017....

人気のレビュー

ZA

Jan 02, 2019

An amazing course with very interactive video lessons and exercises that made sure that candidates were equipped with good knowledge by the end of the course. Thank You for the opportunity

KS

Apr 12, 2020

This was an amazing course that helped me with the real-life case-based implementation of Excel and its key applications. An insightful course taught was some of the greatest minds of PwC!

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Problem Solving with Excel : 751 - 775 / 788 レビュー

by Jessica G

Jun 21, 2020

I had to look up a lot of videos on YouTube In order to understand the material. Most of the videos were poor quality .

by Sai K

Jun 04, 2018

Good material, but lots of errors and inconsistencies in the worksheets. Unclear instructions and errors on projects.

by Nicholas R

Nov 19, 2016

Exercises need to be reviewed and corrected as they contain many typos and inconsistencies in- not at PwC standard!!

by Amanjot S

Sep 01, 2019

Video Quality is good not, There should be a zoom in and zoom out in videos. Formulas were not visible properly

by Max-Christian M

Apr 21, 2017

Generally good, but exercises in Week 3 & 4 have not been proofread and are full of mistakes. Too bad.

by Richi R

Feb 22, 2017

the resolution of the video is not clear and also audio is not clear, but the contents are good

by Cackowska D

Feb 11, 2017

You need basic understanding of Excel to follow the course. The formulas are interesting and

by ANCHAL K

Jun 11, 2019

It should have been in more detail. Very limited scope of excel was explored in this.

by Xenia B

Mar 13, 2018

Good overview of Excel functions, but many mistakes in excercises and no support from

by xiaodan p

Oct 19, 2017

instruction is not very detailed and many mistakes in the course material.

by Alejandro L C

Mar 27, 2018

I expected more detail in the forecasting and financial parts.

by Junyi C

Aug 06, 2017

good courses, but lots of errors. Need to be more meticulous.

by Ismael C S

Mar 11, 2019

Problems with the Excel files, don't open at the first time.

by Rodion M

Oct 26, 2016

It helped me to recollect the some areas of Exc

by Vasco V F

Apr 03, 2018

Muitos dos vídeos não se conseguem ver!

by Gianlorenzo M

May 31, 2019

Well structured, but too many mistakes

by Aishwarya V

Mar 16, 2017

Level of difficulty low

by Alejandro F R

Jun 06, 2017

Pretty basic course

by Jesper J

Nov 08, 2016

basic excel course

by Aparna A

Mar 25, 2018

Good

by Andrew J J

Oct 07, 2017

The course does well in dealing with some essential aspects of formula calculations in excel. It provides spreadsheets and culiminating exercises at the end of each week.

However it fails to provide a decent user experience or to deal with user problems. The course has been up and running for over a year and the course providers have made no attempt to amend some quite glaring problems. Some of the instructions make little sense and have not been thought through and there is generally a lack of quality presentation.

It also appears that the input of the visible faces of the course were minimal. The managing director gives a slick introduction on decent camera and mike, while the people that actually put together the content are not introduced at all. The lecture videos are poor quality, seemingly using the worst available microphone and software to create them. It all seems a bit of a vanity project for the visible faces while the people actually delivering, are uncredited and faceless.

by Fariha I

Feb 20, 2019

While the course content was comprehensive, I felt that this course was not well-designed. Excel is a pretty un-intuitive tool that takes time getting used to. But this course spent too much time on basics and skimmed over more complicated functions. A course like this needs an abundance of exercises to help the student familiarise themselves with the different functions and also get the hang of the software. Moreover, the workbooks were riddled with mistakes, making the student-led exercises very hard to complete. Quite disappointed with this course

by Susannah

Jun 15, 2020

The test problems and practice problems are, ironically, terribly formatted and, sometimes, written, to the point where it's not clear what they're asking and it can make it very difficult to finish the course. I think some of the problems were written by non-native English speakers. This course was largely a waste of money- some useful tips, but could not finish because I didn't understand (nor did my husband) what they were asking for in one of the tests.

by Andre M

Aug 18, 2017

The subject matter as well as the videos and worksheets are excellent. Unfortunately, most of the assignments are filled with errors and inconsistencies. This in turn makes you question what you are learning. An unfortunate outcome, as it would have been an easy fix, more so since this course has been accessible to many for a very long time.

by Luis H S

Dec 02, 2017

The videos are ok, but the amount of examples and exercises is very insufficient for a "data analysis" certificate. Plus, several workbooks had incomplete or unclear instructions, the same with the quizzes. In one case (statistical workbook) even the answers were wrong. PwC could have been more careful with these items.