From our July podcast series:

If you plan to sit for the CPA Exam, WATCH THIS VIDEO. Morgan Ives, host of CPA Exam PASSport, demonstrates the tools, functions, and format of the sample CPA Exam simulation available on www.cpa-exam.org. Featuring a sample version of the exact CPA Exam software used during the actual exam, this walkthrough will show you what to expect. Learn why every CPA Exam candidate should become familiar with the software before sitting for the CPA Exam. Find out how to navigate between questions, use the calculator, spreadsheet and word processor functions. Discover how the search tool works for the research/authoritative literature sections.

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First, bear in mind that you dont need to know whether youve passed or not. If you studied hard, used the CPA Exam tutorials and worked the practice questions, you deserve to celebrate! Youve reached a major milestone. Have some fun!
Here are seven great ways to celebrate surviving the CPA Exam. You can adjust them to your personal style and preferences, but, each of them is sure to boost your spirits, refresh your mind, and renew your motivation.

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As a CPA exam candidate or accounting grad about to start your journey towards CPA exam licensure, you're already familiar with or about to become familiar with several things; your CPA review course materials, the routine of running through M/C, and the face(s) of your review course instructor. You will probably also become all-too-familiar with the faces of the baristas at your local coffee shop!

Your Notice to Schedule is one of the most important pieces of paper you will come into possession of on your journey but surprisingly, many candidates (at least those just starting out in the exam process) don't know what it is or what purpose it serves. No worries, Roger CPA Review is here to explain the delicate intricacies of the elusive NTS.

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We know that things can get pretty hectic on the morning of the CPA Exam. Even if you have your directions printed out beforehand and your keys right where you can find them, last minute jitters often can get in the way of your normal morning routine. You want to do everything you can to ensure that you are fully prepared before the clock starts ticking and that includes breakfast. By eating a healthy breakfast, you can provide your brain the boost in nutrients it needs to stay focused and alert.

Lucky for us, our friend The Cooking Accountant, who is able to balance passion in the kitchen with studying for the CPA Exam, has some suggestions on the matter. She has written a guest post for today to share some healthy cooking tips for breakfast before the exam. These tips not only look like they will provide you that extra boost but they sound absolutely delectable!
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Youve gotten past the first four screens. Now, it all comes down to earning 75 points before the time runs out. No, its not a video game. Its the CPA Exam, and its a balancing act between knowledge and time management. Are you ready?

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Exam day is stressful. Youve been studying for several weeks, maybe even months, and all your hard work boils down to your performance on a two to four and half hour test. While you might not have gotten in every last hour of study time you had hoped by the time exam day rolls around, weve put together Rogers top exam taking tips to score those extra few points on exam day.

1. Have your Exam Section ID ready to enter before you begin your exam.

This ID is provided on your Notice to Schedule and youll have to use it once youre seated at your computer workstation. You will have a limited amount of time available to enter your examination password so have it ready!

2. Focus on effective time management!

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The Night Before

 

You've been preparing for weeks. Flash cards, homework questions, timed tests, and finishing up your CPA Exam Review course. Boy, are you prepared. But don't think that everything stops the night before the exam - you want to make sure that each and every tiny thing that you do has a positive effect on your test taking abilities the next day. Don't let one mistake the night before ruin all of your hard work. Ensure that you are making the most out of your time before you walk the green mile in the morning. Although many of these suggestions seem like no-brainers you would be surprised how easily last-night-jitters can make you forget a few simple things.

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