After failing with another review course provider, Greg Garcia decided to give Roger CPA Review a try. See how he passed all 4 sections and how SmartPath Predictive Technology played a vital role in his success.
Every year, the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) releases CPA Exam candidate data in an annual report. Recently, NASBA published the "2017 Candidate Performance on the Uniform CPA Examination", and while there is plenty of interesting data worth mentioning, here are a few that resonated with us the most.
Is it possible to balance time spent studying for the CPA Exam with an actual social life? Kristin Lynes, Chief Operating Officer at Roger CPA Review, believes it’s plausible as long as you set the correct expectations with your support system.
Passing the CPA Exam is critical to both individual and organizational success. However, the process is often talked about by sharing mutual war stories. With content described as a “mile wide and an inch deep,” the Exam is usually discussed as an intimidating battle of endurance.
But what if there was a way to permanently change that narrative? What if there was a way to make the process less time consuming and more efficient by using successful students’ past behavior to forecast the likely future behavior candidates need to pass? Seems impossible, right? Welcome to the impossible!
If you’re planning on taking the CPA Exam in 2018, it’s important to consider sitting for the REG section of the Exam now. Why? The new tax bill passed in December of last year will be eligible for testing on REG beginning January 1, 2019. At that time, CPA Candidates won’t only need to understand the facets of the new tax bill, but also how to apply it to real life situations—all of which will be new information and material topics included on the REG section next year. Therefore, sitting for REG before these monumental changes occur is highly recommended.