November 24, 2018 at 12:04 pm #2069558
Welcome to the REG CPA Exam study group for Q1 2019 exams. 🙂
Please introduce yourself & when you're taking your exam (approximate timeframe).
REG Study Group Links and Resources:
- NINJA Monthly – Full REG Course for $67/mo
- How to Study for REG with NINJA Only
- How to Pass REG in 20 Days
- How to Retake REG After Failing
- Video: Study Advice for REG
- CPA Reviewed Podcast
- CPA Exam Score Release Dates
- NINJA MCQ Trending vs Actual REG Scores
- I Passed the CPA Exam!
- I Passed REG!
- NINJA REG SIMS List by Topic
- Free CPA Review: REG
See Also:November 30, 2018 at 2:21 pm #2089329
Just signed up fro Ninja study and plan on taking REG in Q1 2019. I was unaware of the changes to the exam. May be a bad choice.December 6, 2018 at 5:15 pm #2102760
Hi, My name is Neeaz and I previously took REG and got a 74. Taking it Jan 2 and hoping to get that passing score!December 8, 2018 at 9:03 pm #2105382
Hey Ninja's. I'm jumping in again after dealing with 2 sick parents and two deaths in the family. Our parents are doing much better thank God. I am determined to realize my dream, and that's to become a CPA. I want to schedule for the end of January even though the big deal is about the test changes. So I'm in .December 9, 2018 at 1:11 pm #2105925
I'm stepping back in to the Reg after getting a 66 on the first go-round and am working on trying to figure out what changes have come down for 2019. I'm shooting for end or February for round two.December 10, 2018 at 2:30 pm #2107365
I actually re scheduled REG for Jan 14 and it was originally scheduled for today. I'm hoping the overall changes happening on the test next year aren't material in the scheme of things. Not sure what to expect on 2019 changes to the test/study methods. Does anyone have good resources on major changes coming to the test (other than the known itemized deduction and corporate tax rate changes?) I was thinking all of the Business Law and ethics should stay the same. Hoping for a pass! Good luck to all.December 10, 2018 at 10:37 pm #2108226
planning to take FAR in Feb. So much info in these modules ._.December 11, 2018 at 7:46 am #2108841
Planning to take REG 1/3/19 after a “non-try” attempt in September. What’s the best advice to hammer and study? I am taking two weeks off beginning 12/21 through 1/3…. and not spending Christmas with my family this year to
Make sure I pass. My concern is a lot of people pass REG on the not first go around and because of my score at stake, I need to go above and beyond to pass…
Thoughts and advice?December 11, 2018 at 10:24 am #2109351
What material is everyone using for REG? I am currently using Gleim, but I have read that there is a lot of unnecessary information within the course. Any recommendations?December 11, 2018 at 12:53 pm #2109771
Hi Everyone, I'll be taking REG in February. Using Wiley CPA Excel, supplemented with Ninja Audio, and Notes. Going to keep an eye on this topic about what we can expect from the new changes in Q1.December 11, 2018 at 1:36 pm #2109876
Hi everyone! I have scheduled my REG exam in March, 2019. I have never done taxes and was my weaker area back in college. Do you think 2.5 months will be enough to pass the exam?December 11, 2018 at 4:32 pm #2110215
I took REG 12/10 so I wont find out until 12/19. It will take a miracle to pass as I didn't have time to spend on this retake..
I'll be going over the modules again but mainly doing MCQs. TCJA changes are to Individuals and Corps (that i am aware of). I'll be going over this stuff again in Becker. I'll try to keep posting as I identify the stuff that changed. Good luck everyone!December 12, 2018 at 10:52 am #2111403
@mimeto I think 2.5 months is plenty of time. You have passed the other parts already, and your scores don't look bad. Apply the same strategy and give yourself enough to practice MCQs and SIMs at the end. I have taken REG twice, and passed it on my second try…and then let it expire lol. The first time I took I was way too much in the weeds and trying to understand rarely tested complex topics. The second time I put more effort into the basic concepts because they are more frequently tested and it definitely helped me.December 12, 2018 at 12:06 pm #2111520
Thank you! Will do!December 12, 2018 at 9:58 pm #2112270
Hey guys –
Just received my REG score and unfortunately, I failed a second time (72, 73). I’m planning on retaking it January 10 or 11. Does 4 weeks seem feasible with the upcoming REG changes? Thought I might take a chance since I’m so close to passing!December 13, 2018 at 12:24 am #2112417
Hi all, I just finished my Masters in Accountancy and am planning to sit Reg in February. I'll be working at an internship so hopefully I'll have enough time to get through all the material in Becker. I'm hoping to get the whole thing over with by September.December 13, 2018 at 10:03 am #2112723December 13, 2018 at 10:55 am #2112690
I just scheduled REG for 2/2/19. I'm a young father/husband + undergrad/full time employee. I am currently using Becker + Ninja + SurgentCPA. I would like to hear any strategies for using Becker. I feel like I'm taking WAY too long to get through the modules.
Also, I am scheduled to take all 4 exams in 6 months.December 13, 2018 at 12:33 pm #2112987
@Allsheneededwassome that's what I thought too. Doesn't seem like the changes are that extensive or difficult. Thanks!
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