Eric Thomas was a high school dropout and was homeless for two years. Today, he has a PhD and is an author and motivational speaker. In these two videos, he’s addressing students at Michigan State University. His words of wisdom are impacting and directly apply to candidates studying for the CPA Exam. Enjoy.

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If you haven’t yet purchased a 2011 CPA Review Course and were considering Yaeger – check out their HomeStudy. 2011 Four-Part HomeStudy -Complete Set of Video Lectures -4 sets of Wiley books -4 sets of Wiley software -Instructor Handouts -Instructor Hotline -Click: www.YaegerCPAReview.com 2011 Single Part HomeStudy -Set of Video Lectures -Wiley book -Wiley software […]

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¬†June 2010 Special: FREE CPA Exam Survival Guide Recently, after discovering another71.com, I read the book that this website offers, “50 Things You Must Know About The CPA Exam.” … I think the book and the website address some good questions that the websites from NASBA or the AICPA fail to make user-friendly. Ultimately I […]

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As a former CPA Exam candidate, I understand how hard it is to balance work, family life, and the CPA Exam. I studied for the Exam with three kids. In addition, I think I have a good feel for the amount of time it takes for each exam and how many weeks it takes to […]

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There were two people who asked about this in the REG discussion for this month, and I found it worthy of a post. Time management on the CPA Exam is critical for REG and FAR. AUD and BEC? – not as much. REG is probably the worst exam in terms of time management. They only […]

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