Ready for a Study Change? Ready to Pass the CPA Exam and get your LIFE back? You’re not alone.
50% of CPA candidates who confidently walk into their exam, will walk out failing.
This leads to needless frustration, embarrassment, and thoughts of quitting altogether.
Ashamed of your scores and lack of motivation to study?
The likely culprit is that you hate your CPA Review course.
It’s dull. It’s boring. You’d rather get a root canal than study with it.
It’s time to switch to NINJA…
So you want your main CPA Review course to do the heavy lifting (you spent a small fortune on it – might as well use it, right?!?!), but give it a NINJA Boost?
Good choice. The majority of NINJAs already have a review course by the time they even hear of us, so our reputation in the CPA Review industry is that we are the must-add supplement – particularly for our Notes, MCQ, and Audio.
However, if you want to make the switch and pass with only NINJA CPA Review, plenty of CPA candidates do that too…
1. CPA Exam Prep isn’t like College Accounting
2: The Cost of CPA Review Courses range from $67/month to $3,500+
3. The Cheapest CPA Review Course is NINJA
4. The Best CPA Study Courses for 2021 depends on you
5. Ignore Advertised CPA Exam Pass Rates
6. Every CPA Review Course has Discounts (well…except one)
7. The Best Review Course for FAR? (Surprise! There isn’t one.)
8. Add a Second CPA Testbank? Good Idea.
9. Read Customer Ratings and Reviews
10. Choose your Review Course Wisely
NINJA Sparring is the CPA Exam Tutoring service offered through your NINJA CPA Review membership.
The weekly live sessions are done via Zoom and all NINJA Monthly members can attend and ask questions.
We run live sparring sessions four days a week at 8 am (CST) with the following schedule:
Monday – FAR
Tuesday – AUD
Wednesday – REG
Thursday – BEC
Most sessions include an accompanying Excel worksheet.
Replays are available the following day and there are currently 170+ hours of replays available, broken down by CPA Exam topic.
How to Cram for the CPA Exam using a modified N.I.N.J.A. Framework:
Ditch your CPA Review videos. I understand that you dropped a small fortune on your CPA Review course, but hey – you procrastinated (we’ve all been there) and you have a lot riding on this next exam, so we’re down to only the absolute essentials over the next two weeks or so.
MCQs, MCQs … and More MCQs….
Here are the updated 2021 CPA Exam Score Release dates so that you can plan your CPA Exam schedule around continuous testing.
The CPA Exam Pass Rates follow the score release, but only come out once a quarter…
CPA Exam Pass Rates by year for the last 15 years (2006-2020):
BEC Pass Rate – 53%
REG Pass Rate – 49%
AUD Pass Rate – 48%
FAR Pass Rate – 47%
Join the CPA Exam Study Groups:
FAR Study Group
AUD Study Group
REG Study Group
BEC Study Group
Working mothers are in a category all their own when it comes to passing the CPA exam.
We not only strive to balance work and family but when you throw the CPA Exam in the mix, you’re going down a road only a few can fathom.
We are the rock of the family. We provide financial support, comfort, nutrition, stability, refereeing, homework checks, matching socks, boo-boo kisses, clean toilets, chauffeur service, etc.
We give everything our absolute all and no one notices when we skip a beat because we are that good. That’s why it was so difficult for me to accept I could not reach my unattainable level of perfection while I tried to pass the CPA exam…
It happened: You failed the CPA Exam.
On the bright side … You’re normal.
It happens to one out of every two people who walk into a Prometric Testing Center.
The statistics, however, don’t change the fact that it’s one of the loneliest feelings in the world, because let’s be real:
Your friends and family, while sympathetic and supportive, simply don’t get it.
Read this closely, and you’ll be armed with a plan of attack, and most importantly – motivation to continue.
Let’s get started…