Hate the CPA Exam? I Did Too.
Do you ever feel like no one close to you “gets” how hard it is to study for the CPA Exam?
Have you ever dreaded telling a boss/spouse/father/nosy co-worker that you failed yet again?
Are you sick and tired of the CPA Exam and ready to either pass this thing or quit?
If you answered “YES” to any of these, then My Story may resonate with you.
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50% of CPA candidates who confidently walk into their exam, will walk out failing.
This leads to needless frustration, embarrassment, and thoughts of quitting altogether.
Ashamed of your scores and lack of motivation to study?
The likely culprit is that you hate your CPA Review course.
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The Problem: 50% Will Fail According to the AICPA’s CPA Exam Pass Rates, approx. 1 out of every 2 CPA candidates who walk into their exam will walk out failing it. Two take an exam. One will pass. On score release night, thousands of CPA candidates will stare at their computers confused, bewildered, and slightly […]
Disclaimer: Cramming for the CPA Exam is not a best practice, but if you’re under the gun, it can save your butt – and your 18-month credit that is expiring.
I personally used this strategy to cram for Auditing in less than three weeks.
It happened: You failed the CPA Exam.
On the bright side … You’re normal.
It happens to one out of every two people who walk into a Prometric Testing Center.
The statistics, however, don’t change the fact that it’s one of the loneliest feelings in the world, because let’s be real:
Your friends and family, while sympathetic and supportive, simply don’t get it.
Read this closely, and you’ll be armed with a plan of attack, and most importantly – motivation to continue.
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Here are the updated 2021 CPA Exam Score Release dates so that you can plan your CPA Exam schedule around continuous testing:
CA, TX, IL, NY, FL, PA, OH, GA, NC, MI, NJ, VA, WA, AZ, MA, TN, IN, MO, MD, WI, CO, MN, SC, AL, LA, KY…
CPA Exam Pass Rates by year for the last 16 years (2006-2021).
The section with the highest pass rate may surprise you.
The CPA Exam is rough on a marriage. One of the most difficult aspects of taking the CPA Exam is the toll it takes on personal relationships. Your family misses you and your friends don’t understand why you’re always “studying.” You work, come home, and then escape to the spare bedroom or coffee shop to […]
Working mothers are in a category all their own when it comes to passing the CPA exam.
We not only strive to balance work and family but when you throw the CPA Exam in the mix, you’re going down a road only a few can fathom.
We are the rock of the family. We provide financial support, comfort, nutrition, stability, refereeing, homework checks, matching socks, boo-boo kisses, clean toilets, chauffeur service, etc.
We give everything our absolute all and no one notices when we skip a beat because we are that good. That’s why it was so difficult for me to accept I could not reach my unattainable level of perfection while I tried to pass the CPA exam…
Tax Season. It starts out so quiet, so innocent. It’s early January and you settle into your desk chair. Memories of last year’s nightmare of a busy season have all but faded away. Maybe this year won’t be so bad after all. But you’re wrong. It’s worse. January … then February … then March … […]
Friends and Family sometimes don’t know the right thing to say when trying to support CPA Candidates, so instead, they say the wrong thing.
Another71 Forum members share some of the best worst things people have said to them about the CPA Exam:
MomofFive-NY: We were invited to a neighbor’s pool party in August. I was studying intensely for FAR, so I sent an email that said my family would be able to come, but I needed to study for my upcoming exam. My neighbor had apparently overheard me saying that I had been studying for months, so she replied with “If you don’t know this **** by now, you are never going to know it”.
Over a year ago, the AICPA unexpectedly released a set of 140 CPA Exam questions to the public and then removed them a month later.
The AICPA only released the correct answer, not the explanations.
(If you want the answer explanations, we have them in our testbank as part of NINJA MCQ … we can’t post them here, or bad men will steal them.)
They’re worth a quick look … 10-15 minutes of your time.
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Good news, Future CPAs. The NINJAs got a notice that the AICPA has updated the CPA Exam sample tests for FAR, AUD, REG, and BEC. I recommend that all CPA candidates practice the AICPA Sample Test before their exam. You can have the best CPA test bank in the world, but nothing compares to the […]