Ninja Victoria writes in, Hi Where can I find the AICPA released questions for BEC? Good news. The AICPA just released the 2018 AICPA release questions for FAR, AUD, REG, BEC and if you log into NINJA Monthly, you can download them there. https://www.another71.com/ninja-cpa-review/ Ready to Kick the CPA Exam in the Face on Exam Day? Get Free NINJA CPA Review Materials that will help you… Study Less Avoid Common CPA Candidate Mistakes Get Higher Scores Spend More Time with Friends and Family Finally Pass and Get On With Your Life?
Transcript: What is happening, everyone? Welcome back to another action-packed edition of CPA Reviewed, the official podcast of another71.com. As always, I am your humble host Jeff Elliott, a licensed CPA in the state of Kansas by the grace of God and to the chagrin of many. Happy whatever today is. Happy Wednesday to you. This is episode 84. So, yeah, I've done 84 of these. If you wanna be on the podcast, go to another71.com. Click on the upper nav. Ask Jeff, and it will appear in a future edition of the podcast. If you want to jump to the front of the line, you can become a NINJA Monthly member, and NINJA Monthly member get their questions answered first. All right. First up is Ninja Ashley. When you study for an exam, was there a specific or target number of multiple choice questions that you completed per day?
– Zoe writes in, Hello! I found your website by chance, I am a Masters of accountancy student, and will graduate in May. I have a three-month-old baby at home and I want to pass the exam ASAP. Would you give me some recommendations? By the way, I bought the Becker CPA Review system several months ago. Okay, well Zoe you have a lot of things going on in your life. About to graduate with a masters in accounting, congratulations to you. But more importantly, you have a three-month-old baby. Congratulations to you. That's awesome. And so you are juggling having a baby, getting your masters, studying for the CPA exam, potentially working. So you have a lot on your plate. You bought Becker so you are good to go there, alright, here is what I would do. I would go to another71.com and click free downloads and download the
Barbara writes in, Hey Jeff, currently eight months into the studying process and I passed nothing! I say it like that 'cause it was all caps. Not because I was being dramatic. All right. I'm going to school full-time for my masters, so studying for the CPA gets mixed with studying for classes. I bet. Took the FAR twice, 60 then 73. I just took auditing, 69. I've been using Becker and really question if it's the best material for me. I was wondering if you would suggest an attack plan. Keep in mind, I finish school in May, start working September or October. Okay. Studying for the CPA exam and getting your masters, you know, I don't recommend that. I'm a big fan of like, doing this, and then doing this. Like focus, you know, it's kind of like I'm dating myself here, kind of like a TV/VCR combo.
Alex writes in, I recall when reading through the digital materials that there is a way to alter your proposed plan for each section of the CPA exam, but I can't seem to find it now. I'm about to study for BEC again. Your BEC plan calls for several weeks of study time, been trying to study for the month of April and take it at the end of April, basically, so I can use May to study for auditing and take it at the end of May. So basically I'm trying to trim several weeks into four for both exams. Do you have any advice on how to go about doing this? I'm trying to use only NINJA to study for both of these since my Becker subscription runs out in July and I don't want to pay the $3,000 again. I've taken BEC three times already, once before
Farouk writes in, “Dear Sir or Madam, I'd like to have some information on the CPA eligibility for the active ACCA members – which is Chartered Accountants, who are the equivalent to a UK Masters, according to the ACCA Letter of Equivalence and having four years of international experience as an accountant.” Okay, so here's the deal, the AICPA and the ICAS and NASBA and everyone got together and they want to make it easier for people who have international accounting license and US accounting license to be able to go into each other's respective countries and jurisdictions and be able to work. So, so, here's the deal. This is kinda new. If you are a Chartered Accountant, then you need to pass the IQEX exam, the International Qualification Exam, and you need to then have two years of post-qualification experience. If you are a Licensed CPA then you just