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Joseph – I am a 44 year old professional that would like to accomplish one of my all time goals: passing the CPA Exam. It has been 15 years since I was in school. What is your opinion on the most effective way get up to speed on the new exam content, requisites and review methods?
Michael – I'm having a hard time finding someone to verify my work experience as required by my state. I had a disagreement with my old boss and now I'm working on my own and can't find anyone to verify my work experience. The state requires that a CPA, from any state, verify that I worked for 1 year in public accounting, which I have been doing. What should I do?
Greg – As I watch lecture videos and take notes, how detailed should my notes be? Does it make a difference if I type or handwrite the notes? How do I incorporate my lecture videos, the text, and NINJA Notes?
Andrew – I have failed REG twice, but raised my score ten points (to a 74) after buying the Ten Point Combo. Would you suggest watching the review course videos again and taking notes, or re-writing the NINJA notes while listening to the NINJA audio? I still plan to hit the MCQs either way.
Christina – Does the AICPA grade you on the number of MCQ questions you answered or the total MCQ questions in the test? So, if I only answered 80 out of the 90 MCQ, do they grade me on just those 80 or the total 90?
Lauren – How many questions in each FAR testlet are pretest?
Myles – How should I study during the last week before my exam?
Chris – Where can I find the codification tutorial for FAR? Is there a free resource?
Carmela – FAR has a massive amount of information to memorize. I am studying the Fixed Assets section, and there is so many formulas. How do you remember everything?
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