The “cram” courses cover all of the important topics covered in the Wiley textbooks from start to finish.
I've been doing a lot of studying and I feel like I need that one last onslaught of review prior to taking the exams.
My plan: Beginning 3 days prior to my exams, I will begin the BEC cram. It's 9 hours long and it will take me from start to finish in the Wiley book and whatever weak areas remain should be fortified at least to a point where I can score a 75. That's all I care about – a 75. I scored a 71 in January.
I will wrap up the BEC cram two days prior to the exam and start with the Regulation cram. The REG cram is a beast (15 hours), which makes sense because Regulation covers a lot of ground between entity taxation and Business Law topics. I'll finish the REG cram sometime around dinner time the night before the exam and will likely call it a night after that. A 24 hour cram binge will deserve some down time prior to my exams the next morning.
As I've shared before, if I don't pass one of these sections, I have to re-take FAR and the prospect of doing that again should cause a person to do WHATEVER it takes to pass. I'm looking forward to getting my cram DVDs…
Link: Yaeger CPA Cram DVDs