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Brain Delay

I may have been a bit too cavalier about cramming for FAR. It’s one thing to go through all of your material…it’s another to actually review it. So, I hit the eject button and decide to reschedule to November 4. Easy enough, right? Maybe not. In my new e-mail confirmation from Prometric it reads RESCHEDULE […]

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FAR on Friday

I worked until 1am last night wrapping up the Yaeger CPA Review FAR Disc 9 and wasn’t sure what today would bring. Twice within the span of 4 hours I had my payment info loaded onto Prometric’s site and a new date selected (November 4) and all I had to do was hit “confirm” and […]

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$95

I gave in and decided to push my exam back a week so that I would have a calm week to review and do MCQs. They wanted $95 to reschedule my exam. I decided to wait until Wednesday to decide what to do. If I can plow through the rest of my lectures and have […]

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FAR from Ready

I’m only on Disc 6 out of 13 of Yaeger‘s FAR program. I was out of town last week for work…got minimal studying done because I was…lazy. Yada Yada. I have a only a few days to get through this program. Most would say that I’m too behind to still take the exam on Friday. […]

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Time Management on the CPA Exam

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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Harvard Economist: Bankruptcy, not bailout, is the right answer

I keep this blog focused on the CPA Exam and purposely don’t delve into topical tangents like politics or other non-Exam related subjects. The CPA Exam however, tests on economics and business in general, as well as the obvious accounting topics that you would expect. I also can’t think of a more pressing and relevant […]

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Save $650 Billion under the Dave Ramsey Bailout Plan

I am a huge Dave Ramsey fan and have been a coordinator for his Financial Peace University class where people learn the novel concept of not spending more than you make. As everyone knows the government is hysterically devising a plan to put us $700 billion (with no cap) into further debt. Dave is a […]

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FAR – October/November 2008 Window

Any score update info and all FAR comments regarding the Oct/Nov 2008 test window (studying as well as exam results) will take place here. This saves people the trouble of having to read multiple posts on the topic. Please: 1. No posting of actual exam info (hints included) 2. For legal reasons, if you think […]

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REG – October/November 2008 Window

Any score update info and all REG comments regarding the Oct/Nov 2008 test window (studying as well as exam results) will take place here. This saves people the trouble of having to read multiple posts on the topic. Please: 1. No posting of actual exam info (hints included) 2. For legal reasons, if you think […]

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FAR Rant – July/August 2008

If you sat for FAR during the July/August window and want to share a success story or vent some frustration, please do so. Any thoughts or insights you share can be beneficial to current or future candidates. Guidelines: 1. No disclosing or hints about actual exam content 2. For legal reasons if you failed with […]

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