NINJA CPA Review
Keona is a NINJA CPA blogger. REG is up next. It is such a relief knowing I only have one more part left of the CPA exam. The weather is warming up and it so easy to skip studying to do something more enjoyable. I know that after I clear this part of the CPA exam I will have so much more free time on my hand for the things I’m missing out on. I’m actually a little scared of what I will do with all my free time. My first step in my REG study plan is to nail the concepts by watching lectures. I’ll keep you NINJAs posted on my progress.
Christina is a NINJA CPA blogger. I’ll admit it now – studying hasn’t been my top priority the past few weeks. Honestly, I’ve decided to push my plan back and take my REG retake in the middle/end of July. It’s hard when so many people demand your attention and you can’t get the time you need to study. My husband lost his job back in October, found something temporary, but it only lasted a month and he was let go unexpectedly so now the stress of being a one-income family again and dealing with him trying to be a stay-at-home dad and look for jobs has become my focus/stressor. He has our 3 yr old son all day and the time I would normally take to study, he wants some wind down time away from the kiddos. Doesn’t help I now have to focus and study and be comfortable before
Introducing Vanessa. Hello! My name is Vanessa and I am a 25-year-old from sunny California. I graduated from college back in 2012 and decided 6 months after that I wanted to pursue something more challenging- the CPA exam. Since then, it has been a series of failed attempts and episodes of confusion as to what I really wanted to do with my career. Here I was somewhat committed to the idea of becoming a CPA and wondering why I was studying and getting terrible scores. I really wanted to be a CPA, but I didn’t really want to put in the work to get there. You know how that story goes. If you aren’t fully committed, you won’t achieve your goal. Flash forward to 2016, the 2017 changes really slapped me back into reality and made me want to get the exam done by the end of this year. It’s
Stacey is a NINJA CPA blogger. I recently took FAR for the second time and am finally hopeful after using a combination of MCQs and NINJA Audio this time around. Since I had to travel the last full weekend prior to my test, I felt the Audio format was the way to go to keep myself from feeling like I was wasting time in the car. I also was able to use the FAR Audio on my bike rides or while catching up on chores around the house. I started out listening to the entire 3+ hours straight through, then repeating chapters as I took notes and let everything sink in. On test day, I was able to recall sections I just about had memorized in times of need. I still need to focus on simulations during my study sessions as Iâm learning nerves tend to take over at that