September 2, 2019 at 7:28 pm #2674473nmj012Participant
I'm so nervous for tomorrow. I'm reviewing my problem areas and feel like I'm remembering nothing. Leases, pensions, and governmental stuff are killing me. I'm doing practice problems and still missing a bunch. I've been studying for so long but don't think I reviewed these things as much as I needed to given how complicated they are to me. Any last minute tips? Did anyone else feel this way going into the exam?September 2, 2019 at 7:38 pm #2674494AndreAParticipant
Review only the basics and give your brain time to rest, it's gonna help you a lot, also I would do quick review before the exam (only the basics). During the exam follow your time management strategy and don't waste any time. Good like my friend, you will be fine! I'm gonna retake FAR in October, I failed with 73.September 2, 2019 at 7:40 pm #2674497asdfParticipant
Feel exactly same like “remembering nothing” every time i take test.
You will remember! Don’t worry too much!
For FAR, i reviewed my own notes a lot until last minute that helped me.September 3, 2019 at 6:36 pm #2676963bigstakkParticipant
I spent my last days really hammering down on non-prof/governmental and it saved me since a good chunk of the test contains a lot of it. Make sure to go over the new rev rec rules and leases as well. The key is to carefully read each question and look out for qualifying words (except, best, etc) and for the SIMs whether or not a positive or negative integer needs to be inputted. Attention to detail is huge.September 4, 2019 at 8:41 am #2678388nmj012Participant
Thanks everyone for the advice! Left feeling not too bad about it but who knows if that's a good or bad sign.
@Bigstakk I didn't even read your advice until after my test but the point about knowing to put in positive or negative integers for the sims was so relevant. One of my sims I almost submitted and then realized I had put in the opposite signs it had asked for, I was so glad I caught it!January 10, 2020 at 4:57 pm #2882382TuggaParticipant
Don't be nervous. Just keep working and think positive. You will pass.January 10, 2020 at 11:49 pm #2882823TheeAccountantParticipant
No one feels confident taking far. Relax.
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