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Retrain Your Brain to Thrive During the CPA Exam

Have you walked out of the CPA exam knowing fear negatively impacted your score, even though you studied hard and felt confident about your technical knowledge going into the exam?

You're not alone. In fact, we hear this all the time.

With that in mind, we wanted to find something to help.

We enlisted the expertise of Dr. Marc Schoen, an expert in the mind-body connection and Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA’s Geffen School of Medicine, to bring our students tools and techniques to reframe the exam and retrain their bodies to thrive under pressure.

According to Dr. Marc Schoen, it only takes a couple minutes every day to retrain your brain to respond in a positive way about the exam.

Join us for a FREE 30-minute webinar on the topic of Performance under Pressure for CPA Exam Candidates on Wednesday, August 16, 2017, starting 11 AM Eastern / 8 AM Pacific.

During the webinar you will learn more about retraining your brain to better manage your stress. 

Register for this FREE webinar here.

We don't want you to walk into your Prometric testing site full of fear and dread. And, it doesn't have to be that way.

And remember, even if you have failed before, persistence is key. Hundreds of people pass many years after they start the exam process. You can too. Just look at how many people that started testing over 10 years ago and just passed the exam this year in 2017! The secret is to never give up.