Passing Advice

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    I thought I would pass along what worked for me during this journey. I recently went 4/4 in about a 13 month period (working full-time). I exclusively used Becker. I went through every lecture and every question and sim. I would then go back to that module (as I was on the next one) and I would take progress tests JUST in that module until I reached 80%. I saved two weeks for review. I literally went through the book again (skimmed mostly) and answered every single question again, understanding the concepts. I then took the first mock. I revisited stuff I missed and chapters where I was lacking, I then took the 2nd mock 50 hrs before the actual, I then reviewed sims and hit questions and readings until test time. I slept in on test days. I scheduled them all for 1 pm. I scored in the 80’s each time, the first time. I hope this helps.

    Officially a CPA


    Not passed, I will not mention the score, but I am a full-time accountant and I studied for FAR for about four months using full becker materials, do you think should I switch to ninja or any other courses ? or change the section any of the other three ones?

    Thank you.

    AUD - NINJA in Training
    BEC - NINJA in Training
    FAR - NINJA in Training
    REG - NINJA in Training
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    @AliCpa I used Becker and studied FAR for 4 months like you (while working) and I would highly recommend buying Gleim's Mega Test Bank to supplement your review. The MCQ's on Gleim are much harder than on Becker, but come exam day the MCQ testlets will feel like a breeze after you practiced on Gleim. I used the test bank for BEC as well and found it very helpful.

    AUD - 79
    BEC - 92
    FAR - 82
    REG - 90
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    I suggest supplementing Becker with NINJA MCQs and using the analytical software to flesh out your weaknesses.

    Stilgoin, CPA

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