Just took FAR two days ago, have been grinding on Audit hard, have it in 6 days, so about 7 days in total to study for AUD. Using Becker, have passed REG and BEC. The Becker for AUD has minimal MCQs compared to the other sections and I'm getting through everything relatively quickly. Not watching the lectures, just practicing MCQs, SIMS, and Skill Practices for those I need extra understanding. Am I missing something? I know AUD is one of the easier tests, and has minimal material compared to the others, but I feel as though I'll get through all these concepts within the week and have time to practice. Studying 7 days in a row all day for an exam is the plan, any thoughts on anyone who has taken it or has experience? I want to make sure I'm not underestimating it and I'm doing enough. Thanks ya'll.
AUD - NINJA in Training BEC - 80 FAR - NINJA in Training REG - 88
I think its manageable as long as you just do a bunch of MCQ's. I haven't passed AUD (taking it in 6 days as well) but I have attempted it in the past and got a 70.
My experience is that audit is different than the other exams in that its almost straight up memorization. Very few calcs on MCQ if any. The reason why I think u should be fine if you drill mcq is because in essence, you learn how they ask the questions and what they are looking for. With audit a lot of the answer choices seem similar but there will be a key word that makes an answer choice wrong.
FAR - 81
AUD - 79
REG - NINJA in Training
BEC - NINJA in Training