With score release behind us, some of you might find yourselves having to re-evaluate your plan of attack, rather than celebrating a passing score. When coming up with plan b, its important to take a couple things into consideration.

  1. How close were you? A score of 70-74 might simply require that you slightly adjust your study schedule, buzz through those practice problems one last time, or zero in on your weak spots. However, a score lower than a 70 might require complete CPA Review overhaul.
  2. Re-evaluate your course and find one thats just right: Choosing a CPA review course is a little bit like the popular fairytale, The Story of the Three Bears. In order to successfully pass your exams, you should try to find a course that is just right. Watching CPA Review Course Demos is the best way to find your perfect match. Look for a teaching style that compliments the way you learn.

    • Are you a visual learner? Look for an instructor that works through the problem on the whiteboard as hes teaching.
    • Are you an auditory learner? Look for a dynamic instructor that can motivate you to put in the 300-400 recommended study hours by the AICPA and also teach you the necessary concepts to pass the CPA Exam.



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