Taking REG on Sat

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    Mick
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    Hi everyone. I'm looking for everyone's experience taking REG. I'm taking the exam for the fourth time on Saturday and have yet to break 70. I though my study habits were better this time around but I keep getting in the 60s when I take do the multiple choice questions. I'm currently using Gleim but worried about Saturday.

    AUD 80*, 75

    FAR 74, 70, 82

    BEC 60

    REG 63, 65

    * Lost credit

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    monikerncmonikernc
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    Think positively! Look at the 1040, 1120, 1120s and 1065 while you study. Plug in numbers when you can – do the SIMs. Get familiar with the IRC and UCC so you can search quickly. Take the AICPA practice exam and don’t freak out if your score is low. Hit your weak areas HARD and do your best to get your trending up to 75. Ask us if you need help on a concept. Study to pass and don’t think in a discouraging way. You can do this!

    AUD - 93
    BEC - 82
    FAR - 76
    REG - 88
    How have you been?
    Ninja book and MCQs and the forum, all first try! 2016
    Licensed State of Montana April Fool’s Day 2020
    State of Colorado June 2020 - AICPA Ethics 93
    Experience was the worst part of the journey for me. You?
    If you want things to change you have to do something different.
    #3060837 Reply
    monikerncmonikernc
    Participant

    Be sure to ask for a calculator for the exam.

    AUD - 93
    BEC - 82
    FAR - 76
    REG - 88
    How have you been?
    Ninja book and MCQs and the forum, all first try! 2016
    Licensed State of Montana April Fool’s Day 2020
    State of Colorado June 2020 - AICPA Ethics 93
    Experience was the worst part of the journey for me. You?
    If you want things to change you have to do something different.
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