Studying ONLY with Ninja CPA Review

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    Hi All,

    I was studying with Becker got super busy with working in Big 4, failed, got super discouraged and took a long break.

    Now that I'm getting back into the swing of studying and building up my motivation, I'm wondering if studying with ONLY Ninja CPA Review subcription is enough?

    My Becker expired and not sure if I'll be able to get through just with Ninja, or if Ninja is just used as a sole studying program or as a supplement to the other major ones.

    Anyone doing it can give me their feedback/opinion.



    Jeff can get you better figures, but I am pretty sure that there are a lot of people that pass with just NINJA materials. The Books give a solid overview of everything that you need to know. The MCQ test bank, I swear by it, and the Notes and Audio Notes are well worth incorporating into anybody's study plan.

    I have CPA Excel, but to be honest, I am not using it, I am now mainly relying on NINJA materials and supplementing with an online tutor site that has bundles of tutoring videos on specific topics for each section. The guy used to be a Becker instructor and he is really good. I use his videos if I am having trouble understanding the big picture of a specific topic. Otherwise I use the NINJA materials.

    BEC - 74, 71

    AUD - 78 (expired), 73

    REG - 65

    FAR - 73, 71, 71


    Needs Advice

    I passed REG and BEC only using Ninja. I only used Ninja for FAR and I have been using a combo of Wiley and Ninja for AUD.

    I HAVE a life now.

    AUD - Passed

    BEC - Passed

    FAR - Passed

    REG - Passed


    Many people pass with Ninja only. And a good chunk of those only use Ninja MCQ's. Looking back after my 6th exam, I probably could have passed with only MCQ's. It is intimidating at first when you score 40% on a session but you learn after a while. If I were you, I'd do every single Ninja MCQ section by section. That would almost guarantee a pass IMO. MCQ's are where 90% of my learning came from


    @Tarheel83 What online tutor are you using if you don't mind sharing? Is this through a website or someone's personal tutoring business?

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