September 21, 2018 at 8:02 pm #1991162
Hey CPA and CPA candidates! I am trying to take REG within 6 weeks out. I would like to believe this is possible since I am full time studying. I put in about 10 hrs a day M-F and use Saturday to Review. Using Ninja Notes with audio every morning for 1 hr since I do not commute much and then Ninja MCQs section by section while taking notes on wrong or guessed questions. However I am finding myself getting 40% or lower in my first run through of the MCQs, I want to know is this normal? Currently on B-Law and its so confusing! Maybe after my second run through of the MCQs I'll nail it. I do plan on redoing the MCQs in learning my incorrect answers. Hoping to take my test by the end of October.September 21, 2018 at 9:34 pm #1991282AnonymousInactive
Hi Yuri, yes that is normal for the average person, especially if you do not have any background in that area. I would suggest reading the text or listening to Plus lectures to gain more understanding on topics.September 21, 2018 at 10:02 pm #1991318KSingh85ParticipantSeptember 23, 2018 at 6:11 am #1992752
Hey @KSingh85, yes I actually have Becker but I stopped using it for awhile now and it’s almost about to expire. I’ve been using the ninja book though before jumping into the MCQs to get a feel on some of the questions and info. Haven’t tried the plus videos yet so maybe that might help as well and also have Wiley too. I think once I get through all the materials through many reps I’ll know what areas I’ll need more explanation on and use the videos/additional text from thereSeptember 23, 2018 at 9:29 am #1992947AnonymousInactive
Sounds like a fairly solid study plan for a 6-week period to me! I would just suggest to make sure you see ALL of the MCQs at least once. And drill those MCQs as often and as hard as possible. That was my “secret sauce”.September 24, 2018 at 9:19 am #1994420
Thanks @Boe, I feel like I am on the right track! I plan on doing a lot of MCQs, I noticed how so many people actual results were good compared with their trending scores with like 5000 or more MCQs that they have done. I would like to believe repetition is the key to passing these tests. At the same time trying to make sure I understand each wrong and right answer.
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