One week before AUD. How to study?

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    So I take AUD again on the 17th. Last time I scored a 70 on it and I scored above average on SIMS.

    Question is, how should I spend this next week preparing? I am about half way through Roger CPA AUD Cram Course (all lectures) but I am thinking about abandoning that and just pounding out MCQ's on Surgent.

    What say you?

    AUD - 70
    BEC - 75
    FAR - 75
    REG - 85
    Ready to be done...

    I passed AUD by watching the full lectures and doing 1000 MCQs.
    Test taking skills are important because the questions are so subjective.
    Eliminate 2 and then pick the best of the 2 that remain.
    I'd probably not give up on watching the lectures, but you're going to have to really double down on your effort with only a week to go.

    Memento Mori - Kingston NY CPA & EA (SUNY Albany 2002)

    FAR-93 11/9/17 (10wks, 250 hrs, Roger 1800+ MCQs, Gleim TB 600+MCQs, SIMs)
    AUD-88 12/7/17 (3 wks, 85 hrs, Roger 1000 MCQs no SIMs hail mary)
    REG-96 1/18/18 (6 wks, 110 hrs, 1400 MCQs, no SIMs)
    BEC-91 2/16/18 (4wks, 90 hrs, 1240 MCQs)


    Steven K

    I don't know what works best for you but for Audit, I pounded NINJA MCQ's the week before my exam. Did about 250-300 per day (in 50 question sets). Ended up doing like 1300 MCQ's in 5 days. Was trending at 79 in NINJA and got a 79 on the exam so it worked for me.

    "If you put in the extra effort at the beginning, the process won't take as long."

    FAR - 81 (11/10/18)
    AUD - 79 (12/8/18)
    REG - 84 (1/22/19)
    BEC - 84 (2/13/2019)

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