NINJA Monthly: Pass the CPA Exam for $67/mo

Dear CPA Candidate, As you’re reading this today, you likely find yourself in one of two camps: Camp #1: You’re ditching your CPA Review course (maybe it expired, or maybe you’re just simply “over” it) and going a different route. Camp #2: You have a full CPA Review course and want to supplement it with different materials. The average CPA Candidate fails at least two sections (per NASBA), so it’s a safe assumption that the majority of CPA Exam takers are somewhat frustrated with: 1. Their expensive CPA Review course 2. Their study habits …or a mix of both. This post, while somewhat long, (stick with it) will solve both of these problems for you – even if you never spend a penny on NINJA Materials. This methodology works with ANY CPA Review Course (and it has a 10 year track record to prove it). I get these questions all […]

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With a Full-Time Job and Two Kids, I PASSED the CPA Exam!

Joe is a . Hello Ninjas, This will be my last blog entry as a NINJA CPA. I found out at the last score release that I passed both AUD and FAR to bring an end to my CPA exam journey. My journey with NINJA began about 4 years ago. After not having taken the exam for 7 or 8 years I was inspired by Jeff to get back into the game. I began my journey with FAR. After studying for about 3 months I took the exam only to receive a 74. Talk about a crushing blow. I swore off the CPA exam and swore that I was better off without it, that the difference between me and a CPA was their ability to pass a silly exam. Three years later I was given some incentive by my employer to get my license. Only difference this time was that […]

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A Support System + Gratitude to Survive the CPA Exam

Alex is a . First of all congratulations to everyone that found out they passed a section of the CPA Exam and also a keep your chin up for those who found out they didn’t. This exam is a marathon not a sprint and none of us is defined by 1 test result good or bad. I promised myself when I started this journey that I was going to be honest with myself and others, so here I am with all my excuses for why I haven’t studied. I do want to talk about something a little more serious that doesn’t affect everyone or maybe even most people but if there’s just one other person who does maybe it’ll help them. Does the CPA cause depression? No, but that didn’t stop me from googling CPA and depression and finding approximately 1.8 million results. I know people say you have to […]

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