How long would you give yourself for BEC if you failed with a 71

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    I'm having a hard time getting motivated. I thought I was done with the CPA exam but I scored a 71on BEC (Supposedly the easiest section). Now, I'm starting to look at questions, and I'm having a hard time remembering. Do they start coming back after you look at them a few times. I'm going to retake 11/29, but if I fail AUD resets. I just started a new job, but I'm a little relieved I know the material already. I'm also on the fence of buying the cram, I really don't want to watch videos again, but they said it could bring your score up 5-10 points. Please help



    I just got a 73 on BEC and took at the end of August, I am taking FAR on 10/6, I am then just going to hit the MCQs hard from my study material and the Wiley bank and take the test at the end of October.



    BEC has been the hardest for me. I've passed Aud 2x and Reg and just recently got a 74 on BEC- there is no congruency to the material…. I'm taking it in 3 weeks and have been mostly answering multiple choice questions. I would listen to the lectures again but I'm not sure this would be the best use of my study time.



    To get my BEC score up, I bought CPAexcel's BEC for $265 and used their pratice exam and study materials. CPAexcel kicks butt for BEC.

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