AUD MCQ Strategy: Avoiding Burnout
Kimberly is a NINJA CPA blogger.
My son is graduating from school in a few short months and, as a result, our schedules are starting to get a bit hectic. Nevertheless, I have finally gotten started on the NINJA MCQ for AUD.
I have been reading my AUD book for what seems like forever. I actually enjoy doing AUD MCQ. I'm doing better than expected, which means the reading is paying off and I'm retaining the information from my notes.
The NINJA method is truly working for me. My confidence is building and I could not be more excited.
So far, I'm in the assessment stage and progressing at a pretty steady pace by answering questions in sets of 20. This keeps me from getting burned out or overwhelmed.
What also helps me move through the questions is to read the entire question carefully and try to answer it without looking at the choices. Once I do this, then I simply find my answer within the choices provided. I have to also admit it helps that I am an auditor by profession.
As I go through each question, I ask myself what I would do in that particular scenario. In addition, I read every explanation given, whether I am right or wrong.
This is a great way to know if I have a true grasp of the material. I need to be certain that I have a true understanding of the underlying concepts so I can fight my way through each question that is presented to me on exam day.