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A New Face to The CPA Review

A New Face to the CPA Review

The day has finally come and we are excited to release AdaptaPass; a technology we've been developing for the past year. The technology behind it is impressive and we've tailored it to help you pass the CPA Exam. The idea is that each one of you is different so,

Time Management Tips for CPA Exam Students Working During Tax Season

Retailers have the holiday season, landscapers have the spring and summer months, and accountants have January-April, and beyond. We're talking about busy seasons, of course, the term of which is pretty much a big understatement according to most accountants. The next few months are chaotic, at

Two Changes to the 2016 CPA Exam You Need To Know About... It's Good News!

The CPA Exam is going to be changing before 2017. The AICPA Board of Examiners met in October and approved revisions to CPA Exam Policy thus moving "the eligibility date for testing new accounting and auditing pronouncements to the later of: (1) the first testing window beginning after the

New Direction for the CPA Exam

I recently read an article in the October, 2015 Journal of Accountancy, written by Ken Tysiac, an editorial director of JofA. As we all know, the AICPA has proposed changes to the Uniform CPA Examination that are designed to enhance testing of higher-order skills that newly licensed CPAs need to

Is studying for the CPA exam an issue of Quality or Quantity

Quantity vs. Quality goes to the age-old question of, “what is the best way to prepare for and pass the CPA Exam?” Well, as we know, the AICPA tests material in-depth to ensure that a candidate understands the content tested and how to apply their knowledge to the content.

Pass All Sections of the CPA Exam in 9 Months

An entire school year. A pregnancy from conception to birth. These are just a couple of things that can change entire lives in just nine months. Earning your CPA certification is also life-changing, and can also happen in just nine short months. Many of our students have proven you can achieve

How to Motivate Students and Professionals to take the CPA Exam

There was an interesting article on the May issue of Journal of Accounting.  The AICPA commissioned a study by an independent research firm, Applied Research & Consulting.  The purpose was to understand the attitudes and behaviors of potential CPA exam candidates.  The key findings demonstrated

A letter from our V.P. of Student Development, John Pelicano, on what to do in the 2 weeks before you take the exam.

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CPA Exam Timeline

The Q3/Q4 2015 score release timetable is now available. Score release timelines are updated biannually on AICPA Insights and on the CPA Exam website. For more information about score release and the scoring process, please visit the Psychometrics and Scoring page.

The National Association of

Staying Focused During the Hot Days of Summer

“Summertime and the living's easy.” This famous lyric by George Gershwin describes everyone's picturesque summer, filled with relaxing fun in the sun and a generally more relaxed view on life. June 21st marks the first official day of summer, though if you walk outside anywhere in the U.S., you'd