Packing, Moving, and Studying FAR

June 20, 2012 NINJA CPA Review

Ashley is a weekly NINJA CPA Blogger.

Hey everyone! I’m just sitting here studying for FAR. The last few days I have been really busy taking care of things, but now I am back to studying.

I’m getting a little worried that I am getting behind. I found out on Friday that I can’t go back to work for the last 3 days, so I potentially won’t be working until September 4th when school starts again. I’ve been applying to jobs, but I’ve been doing that since December…

I have a lot to cover for FAR. I will do as much as I can until June 28th. If I can finish my whole review by then, that will give me a week to do straight Wiley MCQs.

If I am not even close I will push my exam out another week. I don’t want to do this because I plan to take AUD 23rd (applied for NTS today) and I have to move on the 31st.

I’m giving myself a week to pack, and move my whole apartment. I don’t know for sure where I will be moving, but I will probably be moving back home until I can get a better job.

My plan is just to review the book and my notes. If I think I know the module, like inventory, I will go through the MCQ. Every assigned MCQ in the book and then a 30 MCQ study session with the testbank.

If I score around 70%+ I will move on. If I know I don’t know it well, like present value bonds, I will watch the lectures and do all the other steps.

Does anyone actually feel confident going into FAR? There is just so much that could be tested. It depresses me if I think about it too much. Well, going back to my MCQ.

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One Response to "Packing, Moving, and Studying FAR"

  1. teddy says:

    The fact is, FAR is a lot of information but the powers that be believes a CPA candidate can handle the workload. Others have passed it. You too can pass it regardless of your situation. You never know how strong you are until being strong is the only choice.