@April94 you did your best, now its a waiting game, same here but with far, i set a plan to review 2 hours of far per day (the rest of the time goes to aud)..
If i pass i would study bec to sit for both aud and bec.
If i fail it would be far and aud, by giving it 2 hours per day the material would still be fresh in my mind and i would buy ninja mcq to ace it. If i fail
My problem already was time deficiency not a lack of conceptual understanding.
Put a similar plan considering any outcome in order to not lose any time.
I whish u the best
I also took AUD on the 5th. Felt pretty good about all MCQ, but couldnt really tell if the second set of MCQ got easier or harder? Not sure if thats a good or bad thing. I know I got the research question correct, so thats always good. The rest of the sims were pretty fair but tough. I didnt have any calculation based questions, all conceptual. Overall, I thought it was a pretty fair test. Time to cross my fingers!
@Nbmorty I passed audit back in January and as I can't speak for the current version of the exam, I would make sure to be well prepared to answer questions about compilations, reviews, agreed-upon procedures and topics of those sorts.