I did a lot of research to find a good CPA study guide that matches my need and budget.
I hope to pass all of the CPA exams before 2017 due to the new changes. I'm also working on my MBA. – Bernice
We NINJAs are pretty simple (we fight, sleep, and watch Bob Ross painting marathons – one of the downsides of living with Drama NINJA, we suppose).
So – we will keep our answer fairly straightforward:
You will like studying with the Ten Point Combo if:
– You like NINJAs
– You like saving money and spending it on cool stuff like iPads and throwing stars vs Accounting Videos
– You're good with reading a book and working MCQ until you BARF (which, incidentally, is the reverse order in which you should take your exams).
You will not like studying with the Ten Point Combo if:
– You hate NINJAs
– You like spending money on Accounting Videos vs iPads and throwing stars
– You prefer to have someone read a book to you in front of a camera
– You don't appreciate 90's rap references
We also recommend that you grab our Free #1 Best-Selling Classic “The CPA Exam Survival Guide” which has an entire chapter devoted to choosing a CPA Review Course and the pitfalls to avoid (no refund policies / access restrictions / no ninjas) before purchasing one.
Finally, if you've read this far, then you deserve a non-snarky answer, which is this:
Want to learn the concepts? NINJA Book covers that.
Want to study when you otherwise can't (at work, at the gym, in the car)? NINJA Audio has you covered there.
Want to study in the grocery checkout line? NINJA Flashcards.
In short, whether it's a supplement or a full-blown course, we have you covered.
You can always go spend thousands on another course later if you don't dig it.
(We still maintain that iPads and throwing stars are better, however).
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