Recruiting season is my favorite season of the year; forget spring and summer! But while recruiting season is a lot of fun and really helps you get your foot in the door for your career, needless to say, it can also be stressful. For many accounting students, this is your time to shine and really ensure that you have a job after you graduate. But luckily, I've lived through it enough to help you navigate it smoothly and easily. And one of my top pieces of advice is to start preparing for recruiting season in the summer--while you still have time.
In part 1 of this article series, Professor Bennet Tchaikovsky, CPA and Associate Professor of Accounting, talked about how to get the most out of your accounting education by getting to know your professors. In part 2 of this series, Professor Tchaikovsky goes over how to get the most out of your accounting education on how to interact in the classroom and with your instructor.
Do you know what type of learner you are? Are you an Auditory learner? What about Visual? You might be a combination of both. Knowing what type of learner you are will help you when developing a study strategy for the CPA Exam.
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Bennet Tchaikovsky, CPA, Esq. is of our guest authors who below gives his reflections on how students can make the most of out of their accounting education. This is a two part article series to assist students with how to interact with accounting professors to be successful in the classroom and setting a solid foundation for the beginning of their accounting careers.
As we're all well aware, the first round of score release for the new 2017 CPA Exam occurred last month. Due to the transition from the old to new exam in April this past year, score release at the beginning of Q2 was delayed. That means that for some CPA Exam candidates who took the exam during that time, they had to wait up to 20 weeks to find out whether or not they passed.
As a CPA Exam candidate, your life is in constant motion. If you’re not studying for the CPA Exam, you’re going to school, working, raising a family, or doing all the above. And as you begin to make progress on obtaining licensure, there’s no doubt the process won’t leave you unscathed by change.