[Listen on iTunes] [Listen on Stitcher] [Listen on Tunein] [Submit a question to the Podcast] The CPA Reviewed CPA Exam podcast is back! In this episode, we cover: 1) Q1 CPA Exam Pass Rates released by the AICPA 2) Your CPA Exam Questions: Karan – I need to take FAR, REG, & AUD before the end of April. I know I could’ve planned better. What is that I can do to pass the 3 parts? Ben – I scored a 74 on REG. Should I consider a score appeal? Crystal – I will be graduating on May 12th. I am taking an auditing class and international econ class with finals on May 4th and 5th. I have a proposed schedule for my exams and I wanted to get your input. If I schedule my first exam for the end of May, second for mid July, third
[Listen on iTunes] [Listen on Stitcher] [Listen on Tunein] [Submit a question to the Podcast] The CPA Reviewed CPA Exam podcast is back! In this episode, we cover: Intro: NASBA/AICPA extend CPA Exam testing window 10 days (forum discussion here) (nasba article here) 1. Stephanie – Hi Jeff, I recently found out I failed FAR for the second time (~60s). My score only went up 2 points from the first time I took it. I have been studying FAR since September and just feel very discouraged. Do you think I should try and take BEC or AUD and save FAR for later? I am working 40 hours and summer is when my work will be slow so I’m not sure if i should focus on FAR in the summer or just keep pushing through FAR and try again? Thank you for your help! 2. Jonathan – took FAR
[Listen on Stitcher] [Listen on Tunein] The CPA Reviewed CPA Exam podcast is back! In this episode, we cover: NASBA: 12 Common CPA Exam Mistakes (nasba article here) NINJA Framework: Watch all videos before MCQ? AUD: Failed 4x and needing help 200+ study hours per exam and little to show for it Recovering from a 74 See also: Free CPA Review Materials
In this episode, we cover:
How to study for a CPA Exam retake (the right way and the wrong way)
How to deal with studying for the CPA Exam during tax season when looking down the barrel of an expiring credit
How to cram 4 exams in 10 months and leave some wiggle room for a re-take or two.
…and much (much) more!