Just got my AUD score!!! - Page 2

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    jlondon
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    @zumbasweety hmm.. I don't recall what i did. But I'm sure there are clear instructions on the exam.. It is usually right at where you answer the simulation. It would tell you what to do if no answers are required. As tricky as audit is, I'm sure they have clear instructions as to what to do for each answer.

    #522337 Reply
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    The exam instructions are fairly straight forward. Part of passing the exam is following directions. It is included the Content Outline for each exam.

    Typically, you have to put “No Entry Required” only on the first line where there is no entry. If you had to make an entry to record the cash receipt of an A/R and were given 8 lines, you would put:

    Cash XX

    A/R XX

    No Entry Required

    And leave the rest blank. I e-mailed the AICPA with this question a long time ago and was told that the order of the entry does not matter as long as the correct accounts and corresponding debits and credits are used. I'll see if I can dig up the e-mail.

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    Anonymous
    Inactive

    The exam instructions are fairly straight forward. Part of passing the exam is following directions. It is included the Content Outline for each exam.

    Typically, you have to put “No Entry Required” only on the first line where there is no entry. If you had to make an entry to record the cash receipt of an A/R and were given 8 lines, you would put:

    Cash XX

    A/R XX

    No Entry Required

    And leave the rest blank. I e-mailed the AICPA with this question a long time ago and was told that the order of the entry does not matter as long as the correct accounts and corresponding debits and credits are used. I'll see if I can dig up the e-mail.

    #522339 Reply
    Study Monk
    Member

    @ zumbasweety

    I was told in one sim to add 0's specifically. If it doesn't say specifically in a problem I would leave it blank when they are asking for a word or phrase and put a 0 if they are asking for a number. If there is a “no entry required” choice that combined with a 0 would be my guess. That's my best advice anyway.

    #522382 Reply
    Study Monk
    Member

    @ zumbasweety

    I was told in one sim to add 0's specifically. If it doesn't say specifically in a problem I would leave it blank when they are asking for a word or phrase and put a 0 if they are asking for a number. If there is a “no entry required” choice that combined with a 0 would be my guess. That's my best advice anyway.

    #522341 Reply
    zumbasweety
    Member

    Thanks guys! I wasn't sure. On the Becker practice exams, any blank line is counted wrong. I put zeroes in all of the blank dollar amounts, but I did not put “no entry required” if I didn't use all of the lines. I had enough trouble with the sims, I don't want to miss something on a technicality.

    #522384 Reply
    zumbasweety
    Member

    Thanks guys! I wasn't sure. On the Becker practice exams, any blank line is counted wrong. I put zeroes in all of the blank dollar amounts, but I did not put “no entry required” if I didn't use all of the lines. I had enough trouble with the sims, I don't want to miss something on a technicality.

    #1727446 Reply
    IGOTTHEKEYS
    Participant

    Yeet 😀

    #1727447 Reply
    lizardh7
    Participant

    I passed aud TOO!!! 🙂

    BEC - 67, 80(lost), 70, 79
    FAR - 62, 71, 67, 70, 70, 73, 79
    AUD - 66, 77
    REG - 69, 76
    Ethics -95, Licensed in ID
    #1727458 Reply
    LawGuy
    Participant

    DONNEEEEEEEEEEE

    AUD - 86
    BEC - 85
    FAR - 81
    REG - 92
    Excelsior!
    #1727480 Reply
    IGOTTHEKEYS
    Participant

    Yall are crazy hahaha.

    #1727507 Reply
    RyonTRyonT
    Participant

    Congrats!! Just got mine too 79!!

    AUD - 79
    BEC - 85
    FAR - 85
    REG - 83
    Licensed CPA (MI)

    CPAexcel & Ninja

    AUD 69, 73, 79

    BEC 67, 69, 73, 85

    FAR 85

    REG 83

     

    #1727579 Reply
    futuretxcpa
    Participant

    Took AUD 2/28 (last day of to test for this score release) and have not received my score. Has anyone ever taken their test on the last day and not gotten their score?

    #1727755 Reply
    ndiehl17
    Participant

    Wow. Failed AUD for the second time. First time 73, just now….69! I thought I had done better this time around. I hate AUD with a passion now! How does one study for this one? I really thought I had it in the bag. UGH.

    #1728062 Reply
    TryAgain
    Participant

    I am sorry @ndiehl17. I am waiting for my Aud score release, prior scores were 70, 72 and 72. I feel your pain. Part of the score, I believe, is the luck of the draw on what test you get.

    Just keep trying.

    B 76

    A 87

    R 84

    F 81

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