Jennifer says I’m trying to follow the NINJA framework while studying for the CPA Exam using only NINJA CPA Review Materials and noticed that I’m having problems retaining the information. I’m so focused on taking notes of what I feel like is important in the notes section of the NINJA framework, that I’m not retaining anything that I’m reading. I’m essentially rewriting the entire BEC NINJA book because I feel like I can’t pick out what the most important parts are. How do I take notes and make it through the entire book? I’m also a visual learner. So any advice would be appreciated. Okay if you find yourself using NINJA CPA Review materials or anything else, getting stuck in the CPA Exam weeds like you’re just slogging through video two out of 20 or whatever or you’re having trouble with NINJA Book. You’re like man everything just seems important.
Gunyung writes in. Hope I pronounced that correctly. Hey Jeff I was very impressed with NINJA CPA Review material. He actually said that. As an introduction, I’m a foreigner who came to the states about five years ago for college. And now I’m working for one of the Big Four accounting firms. I bought my super-expensive CPA Review materials, sponsored by my firm, when I was in college but I didn’t happen to study. Only for BEC but received this 74 before the new CPA exam came out. then since I’m in tax, I wanted to start studying for regulation and while I was studying I found out there was an expiration date for using my super-expensive software. Now I’m trying to find another way to pass it and my bet will probably be on you. I apologize for a long introduction. So I just wanted to ask if the
Nida says: Looking for help or guidance on the following. Is it possible to pass the CPA exam during the following times: start studying August through November 2017. So pass all four in three months? Is that three months? Yeah, that’s three months. It’s certainly possible. So there’s only, let’s say, 30% of people who pass the CPA exam the first time, and I don’t know what the statistics are on people who pass in three months, but it’s extremely low. How many hours for each section is needed? Please indicate the hours as though the person does not have any financial background. I don’t really think that matters as much. And I would say 120 to 130 hours per section on average, studying 20 to 25 hours a week. And finally Nida says, should I apply for an NTS for all four CPA Exam parts at once? If no,
CPA Exam Study Motivation with August 2017 CPA Exam Score Release – CPA Reviewed #79 Holi – I am a recent college graduate going to work for a Big Four Accounting Firm in the fall. Because I have some time before then, I budgeted four months to take all four sections of the CPA. I started with the beast, and I studied for FAR. I really put in the time and took the exam last week. But I cannot shake the feeling that I failed and it’s weighing heavily on me. Because of the new exam format and changes, however, my score is being held for 10 weeks — until mid-August. By then, I would have hopefully taken all four sections without knowing any of my scores. This is a terrible feeling because I am starting to become unmotivated without knowing if I am tracking score wise. And worse case