I just attended my 4th Audit class and will finish up the last section on Monday. I have been pleasantly surprised with the Auditing material; thus far, it hasnt seemed too complex. It feels very possible to achieve a healthy understanding of it all.
I have switched up my study style and segregated the material into smaller chunks (i.e. I read a subsection of a chapter and then perform the MCQs immediately afterward).
It has been great; Ive increased my MCQs from a 65% average on the first attempt when I did them all at once, up to a solid average around 80% when I segregate. It looks like this might be the best way to study.
Im about three weeks away from my July 8th exam date, and I believe that will be the perfect chunk of time to restudy all of the material and really get a handle of it.
Between the last section of Audit, section 5, and my exam date I plan to re-read the chapters, actually memorize all the mnemonics, and master the MCQs to achieve a solid grasp of the material. Though Im only a month into this process, it does feel a bit draining.
Im starting to realize that this will be a process to navigate and not a quick cram session.
Already, I cant wait for this to be over. Maybe I shouldnt be looking too far ahead though!