CMA, CFF and ABV

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    AsianNinja
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    Does anyone here plan to take CMA exam this Sep/Oct while waiting for your CPA license or score? If so, let support each other. šŸ™‚ Any tips for studying this exam. I am afraid about essay questions as my writing skill is not good (I had “weaker” in my BEC written question which seems to be considered the easy part for others)

    Also, have anyone considered to get or have the CFF or ABV which is offered by AICPA for your career? Are they worth to consider or just do it when you work in these areas of the accounting field?

    #1873675 Reply
    AsianNinja
    Participant

    For the program entrance fee, I see other website said $250 and then $415 for each exam. How come when I look at the IMA website the program entrance fee (CMA candidate package – Professional) is $495. That's a lot of money to start the exam. :/ Does anyone who takes this exam pay $495 for the entrance fee?

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    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I took it last year. Don't fully remember, but I think I paid 250 program entrance.

    #1873849 Reply
    OnmywaytoCPA
    Participant

    Gleim is offering a special for 30% off their review course, the exam entrance fee, and the IMA membership fee. I passed part 1 April and Iā€™m waiting on my score for Part 2 now. The essay questions are not too bad.

    AUD - 83
    BEC - 79
    FAR - 77
    REG - 90
    CMA Part 1 - 360 (Barely made it but I made it)
    CMA Part 2 - 360 (Made it by the skin of my teeth)
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    cpain2015
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    Can anyone tell me if the CMA is worth taking if you have your CPA license. Also, how is the exam in difficulty against the CPA exam.

    AUD - 96
    BEC - 79
    FAR - 75
    REG - 89

    PASSED IN 2015 - ALL WITH NINJACPAREVIEW

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