Thinking of buying Another71 FAR Book

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  • #200938
    thedude
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    Does anyone have any experience with Another71's books? Also, are the lessons in the book aligned with the question layout in Another71's multiple choice questions? Your input will be greatly appreciated.

    #769668
    golfball7773
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    Yes and Yes. I love the layout and the integration with the MCQ.

    AUD - NINJA in Training
    BEC - 86
    FAR - NINJA in Training
    REG - NINJA in Training
    AUD - 71, 73

    BEC - 74, 86

    REG - 77*

    FAR - 57

    *expired

    (I have been trying to become a CPA since 2013). only one test down.......

    #769669
    payaza2000
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    Yeah I second that. I personally liked the books they helped me a ton. Although it will probably depend on your study style.

    #769670
    JT
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    This post came up at the perfect time!

    I barely used the reg and bec books but passed by using other material i had plus mcq ninja notes and ninja audio.

    I failed far with a 73 and i dont know whats the most effective way to restudy. Is using the far book to “relearn” going to be helpful for me? Im hutting the mcq's hard but there are some fundamentals i need work on.

    Formerly-DAB

    Reg 80

    Bec 80

    Far 73   75

    Aud 69  89

    Done! Time to live life again!

    #769671
    JT
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    Any suggestions for my retake? Is the ninja book effective?

    Formerly-DAB

    Reg 80

    Bec 80

    Far 73   75

    Aud 69  89

    Done! Time to live life again!

    #769672
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I can vouch for the Ninja FAR Book. It is comprehensive but straight to the point at the same time. Some of the explanations from the Ninja mcq come from the book, so I beleive that if you like how things are explained in the mcqs then you will like the book. I went to the Wiley book to see things from a different perspective but it served to confirm that the Ninja book had everything covered and that it did a better job explainings things in a simpler way (I used the Wiley book mostly for the additional mcqs plus the AICPAs released mcqs)

    #769673
    silvercamaro77
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    Another vote for the NINJA books. They are the easiest to read textbooks I've ever seen. The MCQ's incorporated are straight from the NINJA MCQ test bank. The general layout is read a few paragraphs then do a MCQ over the topic, few more paragraphs then another MCQ.

    The MCQ's are put in just in time to keep me from zoning out on what I'm reading and knowing I have a MCQ coming up made me focus on what I was reading more because I didn't want to get the wrong answer.

    #769674
    Skynet
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    When the books came out, I had considered purchasing a bunch of them to build a Game of Thrones Chair with them for when i passed the exams.

    AUD - 90
    BEC - 78
    FAR - 84
    REG - 87
    World Domination Plan

    Phase I : Pass CPA Exams - Complete
    Phase II : Megan Fox - In Progress
    Phase III : Megan Fox & Scarlett Johansson Lingerie Pillow Fight
    Phase IV : Form the new Charlie's Angels with Megan Fox, Scarlett Johansson, & Gal Gadot
    Phase V : TBD

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