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Joe is a NINJA CPA blogger. After passing BEC in November I started studying for REG a few weeks later. I was able to read through most of the material before our year-end and then started listening to NINJA Audio. Then the real test started: a year-end close for a publicly traded corporation. I am not going to sit here and tell you I was able to study for 3+ hours every day during our year-end close. In fact, there were some days that did not involve any studying at all. I did, however, take every opportunity that I had to do a few multiple choice questions. In fact, I was able to do 300+ multiple choice questions (30 per day taking notes) in the two-week period during our year-end close. It may not sound like much, but I was able to tackle 300+ questions in a time period where

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Kimberly is a NINJA CPA blogger. My son is graduating from school in a few short months and, as a result, our schedules are starting to get a bit hectic. Nevertheless, I have finally gotten started on the NINJA MCQ for AUD. I have been reading my AUD book for what seems like forever. I actually enjoy doing AUD MCQ. I’m doing better than expected, which means the reading is paying off and I’m retaining the information from my notes. The is truly working for me. My confidence is building and I could not be more excited. So far, I’m in the assessment stage and progressing at a pretty steady pace by answering questions in sets of 20. This keeps me from getting burned out or overwhelmed. What also helps me move through the questions is to read the entire question carefully and try to answer it without looking at

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NINJA MCQ vs NINJA Notes when you have one week of studying before your exam?

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Stacey is a NINJA CPA blogger. I am finally feeling good about my study time the last couple of weeks and I am ready to schedule my test four weeks out. With tax season upon us, the weeks are only going to get busier, so I am focused on getting FAR taken in February. My notecards are with me everywhere I go, and have been especially useful on the treadmill as they help me lose track of how long I have been working out! is my focus and I am taking notes from the beginning to make sure I still understand all areas. As long as I continue to squeeze in extra MCQ and Simulations in the next two weeks, I am feeling much better than in the past for FAR. But I am not going to count my eggs before they hatch. I cannot get ahead of myself. Even

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