The CPA Exam requires focus, discipline, and a well thought out study plan. We've put together 4 comprehensive study planners based on the amount of months you want to pass all 4 sections of the exam.
These suggested planners are a great way for our students to map out when they will watch each lecture, and then complete the corresponding study time and completion of practice homework problems.Read more . . .
Creating a CPA study plan will optimize the study process and help our students reach their goal of passing the CPA exam. We have suggested study plans for preparing for all four CPA exam sections in either nine months, six months, or for especially intense studiers, three months. This allows our students to choose a timeline that best fits their needs.
Below are samples from our CPA exam study planner suggestion guides. Our full suggested CPA study planguides are a course feature available exclusively to Roger CPA Review students.
According to the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), on average, successful CPA exam candidates spend 300 to 400 hours preparing to take the exam. Do you know how you're going to fit 300 to 400 hours worth of studying into your busy schedule? Check out Roger CPA Review's suggested study planners today.
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"Roger lays out a detailed study plan, follow it! The CPA Exam can shake your confidence and these tests can make you lose faith in yourself but do not let them! Be determined, study hard and do exactly what Roger wants you to do and you will become a CPA."– Greg Stansbury, Youngstown State University