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Making the FAR Multiple Choice Questions Work for You - Part 2

Posted by Guest Blogger on Apr 20, 2019 7:45:00 AM

Welcome to part two of our three-part series on how to get the most from your multiple choice question (MCQ) study time. If you missed part one, head here to catch up. If you’ve already read part one but need a little refresher, keep reading.

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Tags: CPA Exam Tips, CPA Review Tips, 2019 CPA Exam

Making the FAR Multiple Choice Questions Work for You - Part 3

Posted by Guest Blogger on Apr 20, 2019 7:45:00 AM

Welcome back to part three, the final in our three part series about how to get the most out of your multiple choice (MCQ) study time. After discussing the four general ways to get more out of your study time and how to anchor all of your questions in the general accounting cycle in part one, and how to take that foundation-level knowledge to the next level and deep-dive into recommended topics in part two, for part three we are saying enough with the theory, already… let’s look at an example of how to work through a topic.

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Tags: CPA Review Tips, 2019 CPA Exam, FAR, Multiple Choice Questions

Making the FAR Multiple Choice Questions Work for You - Part 1

Posted by Guest Blogger on Apr 20, 2019 7:45:00 AM

Multiple choice questions (MCQs) are the bane of many a CPA candidate’s existence - they will drill them day in and day out, relying on scores from these practice tests as a measure of readiness.  But there is more than one way to study using MCQs, and this three-part series will give you a better way to utilize your test bank and get more bang for your buck when practicing.

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Tags: CPA Exam Tips, CPA Review Tips, 2019 CPA Exam

Planning to PASS the CPA Exam

Posted by Dr. Phil Yaeger on Feb 9, 2019 8:11:00 AM

Wondering how long it will take to study for, and pass, the CPA exams? Finding that everyone has a different metric, or they’ll only tell you once you’ve signed up for their course? Well, let’s dispense with all the bait and switch. Here’s what I recommend.  

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Tags: CPA Productivity, CPA Review Tips, 2019 CPA Exam

Q3 2019 AICPA Blueprint Updates

Posted by Guest Blogger on Jan 19, 2019 7:00:00 AM

Just in! The new Q3 2019 AICPA blueprints have been released and you can start using them now if you'll be testing this summer. Changes to be aware of this spring as you prepare for your next exam:

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Tags: cpa exam blueprints, AICPA, CPA Exam Changes, 2019 CPA Exam

Hack Your 2019 Goals with Tips on How to Prepare for the CPA Exam

Posted by Hillarie Diaz, CPA on Jan 9, 2019 2:52:03 PM

Every year, marching behind all of the sales and too much food and all of the busyness of the holiday season, comes New Year Resolutions, with lots of lists about what your goals should be. Want to lose weight? Here are the 10 goals for 2019. Make friends? Top 5 things to do. Get that promotion? 19 steps in 2019.

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Tags: CPA Productivity, 2019 CPA Exam, Goal Setting, Studying

5 Easy Steps on How to Support Your CPA Candidate

Posted by Carey Levin on Dec 30, 2018 9:54:19 PM

 As a non-CPA, I was floored when learning the requirements to sit for and pass the Uniform CPA Exam. Generally believed to be one of the most challenging accreditation exams in any industry, sitting for the CPA exam represents a tremendous commitment on the part of the candidate, both in terms of time and energy.

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Tags: CPA Exam Prep, CPA Exam Tips, CPA Review Tips, 2019 CPA Exam

Guide to CPA Exam REG Changes Eligible for Testing in Quarter 1, 2019

Posted by Dr. Phil Yaeger on Jul 23, 2018 3:30:13 PM

Picture this – you have decided to start studying for the Regulation (REG) section. You’re beginning to feel confident, getting a handle on the material and then you start reading about taxation changes that are on the horizon. As stated in an earlier blog this year, the CPA exam is ever-evolving and it is important to keep up with changes to ensure that you’re studying the most up-to-date materials available. Luckily, you’re in good hands with Yaeger CPA Review as we rework and rewrite our books to the AICPA Blueprints. But I know you’re wondering – what is changing, and when is it happening?

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Tags: CPA Exam Changes, 2019 CPA Exam