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CPA Exam Rants: April/May 2009 Window

  This is a discussion post for anyone sitting for the CPA Exam in the April/May 2009 window. A follow-up post for score predictions will run early May. You can read rants from previous testing windows here. Good luck everyone (especially those working through tax season)

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My twitter updates are listed along the right sidebar of the blog.

As always, thanks for reading.

-Jeff

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My CPA Exam Story: Todd from Missouri

  This post is from a series called “My CPA Exam Story” and is a chance for candidates to pass on their experience to others in hope of encouraging them and to share insights learned along the way. If you have a story to share, e-mail it to another71cpa@gmail.com. Submissions with pictures will get posted […]

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My CPA Exam Story: Daniel from New Jersey

  This post is from a series called “My CPA Exam Story” and is a chance for candidates to pass on their experience to others in hope of encouraging them and to share insights learned along the way. If you have a story to share, e-mail it to another71cpa@gmail.com. Submissions with pictures will get posted […]

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Guest Post @ re: The Auditors

I am a guest poster over on the accounting/audit industry blog re: The Auditors, which is authored by Francine McKenna. Ms. McKenna covers the ongoings of the Big 4 and has twenty-plus years of experience in the professional services environment, including tenure both in the US and abroad at PwC, KPMG/BearingPoint, JP Morgan and Jefferson […]

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CPA Exam Simulation Grading: a clarification

It is widely believed (and I held it to be true up until today) that only one simulation is graded on the CPA Exam. This is not true. Someone passed on to me some information from a contact at the AICPA in New York that both simulations are graded, but only one written communication is […]

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