can i take 4 parts in the same time ?

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    i just wanna know ,can i take cpa 4 parts together in the same time ?

    #321075

    pinkpink114
    Participant

    at the same time…yes, you can schedule all 4 exams over a 2 day period in one testing window

    #321076

    i mean studying can i study the hole 4 parts in the same time ?

    #321077

    rezaking
    Member

    you gotta ask yourself that question lol not us

    #321078

    jenuno01
    Member

    @carino, I would focus on one part at a time, I used to have the mentality of “oh I can do this, piece of cake, I’ll pass them all in one month” yeah… it is NOT easy at ALL… college was a walk in the park compared to these tests.

    #321079

    Herbieherb
    Participant

    Sure you can. You can do anything, but it might not be the best idea. You can also try driving with your feet /blind folded ^_^

    #321080

    Of course you can…I might as well schedule the whole thing for just 2 days…piece of cake…go for it…..follow ur dreams…lol

    #321081

    BaseballCPA
    Member

    Dude GO FOR IT! OMG this exam is SO easy. Save yourself a ton of time and take all 4 over 2 days. Also, you only have to study like…5 hours per part…don’t waste your money on review materials, just check out your Intermediate Accounting book and you’ll be fine. If you want a study partner, just have a homeless guy quiz you…money in the bank!

    #321082

    dtomasello
    Member

    I don’t think the OP is asking a serious question either….

    And if he is then god help us if he actually manages to pass.

    #321083

    Herbieherb
    Participant

    @baseball LOL. for FAR I went to the DMV and this guy waiting to renew his registration quizzed me on IFRS.

    #321084

    mla1169
    Participant

    I agree with baseball.

    #321085

    SoCalCPA
    Member

    I hope you schedule those tests during my test taking “grading” window.

    #321086

    Peanut
    Participant

    LOL @ SoCalCPA… I just busted laughing out loud

    People have successfully taken all 4 in one exam window and have passed (they’re rare breed). Taking all 4 over a couple of days.. ehhhh… I don’t know..

    #321087

    Acct
    Member

    No one’s boss ever said “In MY day, we had to take all 4 parts in 2 days…”??

    #321088

    I think there was less material covered in the past. They also had the advantage of the exam being in paper format, which I suppose gave them the chance to review all the questions (not by testlets). With that being said If I had money and didnot have to work, I woul prbably risk and take all 4 parts in 2 days just for fun…lol

    #321089

    Acct
    Member

    Yeah, there was probably a lot less material on the exams then, since there has been all these years since then to accumulate new material…somehow though some people who took it then feel we have it “easy” now…Maybe we have it in a more organized format…or have a calculator on the screen…or can take the exams separately and pretty much whenever we want…

    But even with all this “easiness” it seems most people would not recommend taking all the exams at one time.

    #321090

    mla1169
    Participant

    Its one thing to take all 4 at once when you have to do it that way, but if you don’t have to why do that to yourself? Anything that lowers your chances at passing is a bad idea.

    #321091

    I took all four parts at the same time. It was easy only studied an hour a day for 32 days.

    #321092

    rezaking
    Member

    @ theBestScoresEver.. whats your background? just wondering.. cuz my brother-in-law got all 97’s and above but he def spent more time than 32 days.

    #321093

    mla1169
    Participant

    Reza, bestscores is kidding. New alias + rediculous claim = not legit 🙂

    #321094

    rezaking
    Member

    … thats the stupidest thing one could do. thanks Mia.. Im hoping for that 75 you got on BEC this saturday! 🙂

    #321095

    Peanut
    Participant

    Hmm BestScores just created their account 31 minutes ago. Why do people do stuff like that?

    #321096

    I took all 4 parts in a single window and passed them, but I quit my job to do it. And I have no friends. And women won’t talk to me. So yeah, absolutely no distractions = study time = pass the test = soul crushing loneliness.

    But first you get the CPA license, then you get the power, then you get the women. I’m pretty sure that’s how it works. Oh wait, that’s sugar!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAIkPx9dRaA

    #321097

    75
    Member

    Taking 2 exams per testing window is a much better approach.

    #321098

    jenuno01
    Member

    LOL I agree with @socalcpa… YES! It’s totally doable, don’t bother studying! Also, please take them all THIS window…I need to pass AUD tomorrow 😉 jk jk!

    #321099

    Peanut
    Participant

    @jenuno01, good luck tomorrow!! How are you feeling about it?!

    #321100

    jenuno01
    Member

    @peanut thanks!! I have mixed feelings… one moment I feel like it’s in the bag…and then the next I feel like I’m going to royally bomb it again! Wiley questions are so much harder than Becker’s haha…about to do a final review of the basic concepts (mainly reports!) and call it a night, I am tired and have to work tomorrow after the test! Have you scheduled yours yet??

    #321101

    Danielle
    Participant

    Good Luck @jenuno01 please update us on how the test went.

    #321102

    jenuno01 is a brave man….3 exams in 41 days…..I feel like a slacker……:(

    #321103

    NJTProadwarrior
    Participant

    I took 3 parts in a four month period and passed.

    BEC (3rd retry): Nov. 2009

    REG (1st attmpt): Nov, 2009

    FAR: (1st attmpt): Feb. 2010

    and I worked full-time. 🙂

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