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    5 Tips for Passing the CPA Exam

    5 Tips for Passing the CPA Exam
    Passing the CPA exam will not be easy, but if you follow these five important rules, you will significantly increase your chances. 1. Make a study schedule. You must make a detailed schedule of your CPA exam study plan. If you have three months before your test date, schedule what you will study every day and every week. Hint: you’ll want ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rate This
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    Material Tested on the CPA Exam, by Section

    Material Tested on the CPA Exam, by Section
    As you prepare for the exam, it’s important that you understand the breakdown of the material covered in each section. A good review course will naturally guide you through that, but you will probably need to tweak your schedule slightly based on your background, strengths, and weaknesses. For example, in college I was not able to take a Government and Non-profit ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +3
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    CPA Exam: What to Expect on Exam Day

    CPA Exam: What to Expect on Exam Day
    There are many people who read this site who have already sat for at least one section of the CPA Exam. However, there are many people who are getting ready to sit for the first time and don’t know what to expect. This is a list of things that I learned over the course of my (long) journey to being a ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Passing the CPA Exam: The Most Important Choice You’ll Make

    Passing the CPA Exam: The Most Important Choice You’ll Make
    I know the single, most important factor in whether or not you will pass the CPA exam. It’s not the type of review materials you choose, the quality of your college professors, or your natural accounting abilities, although those are all important. Whether or not you pass the CPA exam depends on one thing: a choice. Before I began studying for ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +4
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    CPA Exam Changes in 2010 - What You Need to Know

    CPA Exam Changes in 2010 - What You Need to Know
    I attended a meeting with the AICPA examination team in New York City this morning where they discussed the changes to the CPA Exam in 2010. In attendance were representatives from all of the major CPA exam review courses along with myself and a few others. Here is what I learned about what you can expect on the CPA Exam in ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +6
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    CPA Exam Failure: Three Things you Should do to get Back on Track

    CPA Exam Failure: Three Things you Should do to get Back on Track
    Your heart races with anxiety as the score page from NASBA loads. Nothing. Well, nothing except Error: Score not found. Please verify Section ID Number and Date of Birth format and re-submit, which is the same thing it has said the past five times you’ve checked in the last hour. A few minutes of casual internet browsing pass and you come ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +9
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    Top 9 CPA Exam Review Programs

    Top 9 CPA Exam Review Programs
    To become a CPA you'll probably need five years of college, an affinity for numbers and some work experience in the field of accounting. You'll also need to pass the four-part CPA Exam, which means you'll have to study. And study. And study. Preparing for the CPA Exam isn't something you do alone, either. It might not seem like the most ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +7
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    Debunking the CPA Exam's Urban Legends

    Debunking the CPA Exam's Urban Legends
    Is it true that the CPA exam is graded on a curve? That candidates should request a "regrade" if they fail by the narrowest of margins? That "real-time" score reporting is on the horizon? No, no and no. Passing the CPA exam is tough enough without having to navigate the minefield of myths that persist about how the exam is administered, ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated: +9
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    CPA Exam FAQ's

    CPA Exam FAQ's
    Each state has its own Board of Accountancy, and most have a list of answers to frequently asked questions regarding their state's CPA exam. Since most of the states have gone to extremely similar test requirements and formats, LedgerLink is using the FAQ list from the California Board of Accountancy as an example of what you can expect when you take ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Best Bets to Prep for the CPA Exam

    Best Bets to Prep for the CPA Exam
    You can do it online, in person or by watching a DVD. No, it's not a close encounter of the personal kind -- it's preparing for the Uniform Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Examination. Pass the CPA test, fulfill education and experience requirements, and you qualify as a CPA in the 50 states, Washington, DC, and the US territories. [widget:cpa_exam_tips] However, the ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +2