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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
Vanessa is a NINJA CPA blogger. Hello NINJAs. Tax season is in full swing and work has been hectic. Originally, I had scheduled BEC for this month, but that won’t be happening. Like a majority of accounting firms, work is demanding and deadlines are set in stone this time of the year. Unfortunately, I’ve been working 6 days a week. This leaves very little room for all the studying I hoped for. I feel terrible about rescheduling, but life happens. However, after much thinking, I would much rather go into an exam feeling prepared than knowing it won’t be my best performance. Some days I feel like this is impossible, but it’s not. Many people have done it and I can too. This is a marathon and in order to finish you must train and prepare. I know in my timing it’ll happen. I just need to keep pressing forward.
Christina is a NINJA CPA blogger. My brother visited last weekend. He told me he had just passed another certification for his line of work. Then he asked why I haven’t passed any of my exams yet. My initial response wasn’t so nice because, let’s face it, I’m frustrated that I haven’t as well. I wanted to finish this exam before the new test took over. Goodness, there have been many times over the past few years that I have started out for this exam and just haven’t gotten anywhere. Learning the word “No,” and learning how to put what I want first has been a challenge. He did get me thinking what to do differently. I’m more organized this go around, but the frustration from the past has been creeping up on me. It’s time to let it all go, move forward and kick this exam’s butt! I told my husband last
Rollie is a NINJA CPA blogger. NINJAs, REG studying is falling way behind due to my lack of motivation surrounding this process. If you do recall, I been at this for quite a while and have plenty attempts under my belt, thus the de-motivation feeling is kicking in. I tell myself I need to “Just suck it up, Buttercup” and get this done once and for all. Alas, my excuses continue to overcome my motivation to start a study session, etc. I feel like this is a common feeling among many candidates. “Oh, this pile of bills has been sitting here for a month, might as well go through them now,” or “Maybe I will try cooking a fancy and intricate meal for supper after work.” Everything seems better than studying. On the less depressing side of things, I am making progress with . I am finally in the adaptive