Will there be major changes in 2013?

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    Hello everyone. I am new to this board and I will begin the process of studying for the CPA exam in August. I plan on taking at least 1 part of the exam during the Oct/Nov window and I’m curious as to what kind of changes will be made to the exam in 2013. Is there a particular section of the exam that will get more difficult in 2013? I was thinking I should start with AUD or REG since I took Auditing and Federal Taxation last semester and the material is still fresh in my mind but I worry that FAR or BEC will get more difficult if they keep changing and adding stuff to them.

    I know that each candidate should decide for themselves which part to take first but I will appreciate any info or intel you guys can share. Thanks!



    Here's a link to the CSO changes effective January 1, 2013 and welcome aboard this slow train ride through hell!




    can someone read and summarize that for me


    Only Auditing has changes July 2013. Everything else the same.




    Thanks for the info @leshiggitydonatello. It's good to know there will be no changes to any part except AUD in 2013 .

    I think I will start will AUD in October but I'm still undecided as to which part I will tackle after that. I was thinking REG but after reading a few posts on this board about that part I wonder if BEC would be a better choice for a recent grad like me.



    “can someone read and summarize that for me ” LMAO! Exactly my thoughts.


    I shall get GRAMMAR NINJA on that …

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