CPA Reviewed Podcast #86 – Where to find CPA Study Materials – Motivation to Study for the CPA Exam – Taking the CPA Exam Immediately Following College – Supplementing with NINJA vs. Using NINJA Exclusively – What to Study During CPA Exam Test Week – When to do SIMS and Practice Tests for the CPA Exam – Are NINJA Flashcards the Same as NINJA Notes? Have a CPA Exam Study Question? Need Help Balancing Life and the CPA Exam? You can Ask Jeff, and your question will be answered in the next CPA Exam Podcast.   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?  


Sarah writes in, “I need to pass my FAR and BEC exam by tax season time. My REG expires 3/31/19 for me, so I obviously just want to get my two tests that are left done by tax season. I was using Becker and then my course expired. Do you think I am OK still using my FAR V3.0 textbook from Becker? I am using NINJA for MCQ and SIMS. I also have access to Gleim. What do you think my best route is for FAR. I am sitting for the exam in about 6 weeks.”   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?  


Lisa says, “I want my license but I can’t find the energy to work hard and study. I feel overwhelmed with the time FAR is suggested to take and I have fallen so far off track. Becker suggests 10 weeks for FAR and realistically it will take me what seems like 20 weeks. That is a lot of time to do nothing fun but study for only one exam. How can I find the motivation in myself to do this!? Everyday I struggle to log in and start studying and commonly push it off to tomorrow. Then tomorrow rolls around and I push it off again until tomorrow. Then I feel guilty for not studying. How did you push yourself to study everyday?” 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 […]


Kevin writes in, “I have a general question about accounting education requirements to sit for the CPA Exam. I’m considering sitting for the State of Washington and I still have some classes to take to satisfy the requirement. Regarding the quarter-to-semester hour conversion, in general terms are conversion hours rounded up? I calculated 17.7 semester hours after conversion. Is that seen as 17 hours or 18 hours?”   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?  


CPA Exam Immediately Following College Graduation. Run writes in, “I am entering my senior year in college. I want to take my first CPA Exam immediately after my graduation. I am thinking about “piggybacking” the AUD exam a few weeks after my college audit course so that the concepts are fresh. What are your thoughts?   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?  


Ellie writes in, “I want to study for the CPA Exam and I need your help. My son is nine months old and I need to study at night. Would you please let me know where do I start and what is the first step? Do you think a 20 day time frame is right for me?” 20 days, especially with a nine month old, way too condensed of a time frame. I mean, you’re studying at night, so I’m assuming that you’re working during the day. So, no. Go to another71.com/free and click and download our free study planner and it should give you a seven-week time frame. We’re working on a condensed four-week time frame. So, you need probably seven weeks. It kinda depends on the exam, you can get by for five weeks for Auditing and BEC. Regulation and FAR, it’s about seven weeks unless you really […]