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REG – After Sleeping on It…

After sleeping on it (and thinking about it all evening), I’m thinking/hoping that I was getting tripped up on test questions (i.e. fake questions that don’t count – the AICPA just uses them to gauge whether or not they’ll use them in the future as “real” questions). I felt like I knew the material pretty […]

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Back from Prometric

I took REG this afternoon and it was an absolute MONSTER. It goes down as the most mind-blowingly frustrating exam experience I’ve had. Every tax question was hard. Complex question after question. It sucked so bad that I looked forward to the next business law question. I didn’t finish one tab of my last sim. […]

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One down…one to go.

I took BEC this morning. It took me about 40 minutes of waiting to get checked in, but oh well. I think I smoked the exam…we’ll see. I felt this way with AUD and that turned out OK. You never really know, though. Financial Management has always been my weak area. I’ve never wanted to […]

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Tomorrow…

BEC is up first thing in the morning. I can roll out of bed and score a 71 on BEC, so to end my streak, I’ve been hitting areas that I’ve always ignored (Financial Management…I hate studying for it, so I go into the Exam and try to fake it). I did 307 IT questions […]

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Yaeger CPA Cram DVD: REG – Partnerships

I began Wiley module 35 – Partnership Taxation this morning. I worked an hour and a half holed-up in a conference room during lunch, and then another two hours after work. I was proficient at some aspects of partnerships, but after watching Yaeger‘s cram DVD section over it and working through the Wiley book with […]

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Hell Week: CPA Exam Edition

I’ve done the math and mapped out my final week of studying/cramming/praying and it goes something like this: (keep in mind that I’m not a very structured person…I have a tendency to live by default and not design, per se, so this may be difficult for me). This is hardcore (to me it is, anyway), […]

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CPA Exam CRAM DVDs by Yaeger CPA Review En Route

I have 2 sets of cram DVDs from Yaeger CPA coming in the mail and I am very excited about them. I also purchased the Wiley CPA texts that go with them. The “cram” courses cover all of the important topics covered in the Wiley textbooks from start to finish. I’ve been doing a lot […]

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CPA Exam: BEC ain’t no joke

I can use slang and double-negatives when referring to BEC because there’s no essay or writing portion of the exam – at least not until 2009. I consider BEC as the second-hardest section of the CPA Exam.

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Which Section of the CPA Exam should I take first?

I had a question on which section to take first and wanted to address it. You’ll find different opinions on this subject and here is mine: Take the hardest section first. The reasoning for this is very simple. Once you pass a section, your 18 month window begins (from the date you sat for the […]

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