CPA Exam Pass Tips: Take two CPA Exam sections at a time

According to the Uniform CPA Examination Alert, students who took two sections in a testing window were more likely to pass one section of the CPA Exam than those who took just one.

Thought: Makes sense…

Students who took two sections were also more likely to pass both of them than pass just one.

Thought: Ok, finally something to chew on.

Students who took all FOUR sections in a window were more likely to pass all 4 than they were to pass 3, 2, or 1 section.

Thought: Weird.

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