Ah, the beginning of a new year means the beginning of those fabled things called New Year's Resolutions. You know... all those promises you made to yourself the week in between inhaling candy canes and popping those loud cardboard popper things.
Every year, the AICPA makes changes and updates to the CPA Exam to ensure it's as relevant and up-to-date to the industry as possible. While we just experienced the largest overhaul to occur on the CPA Exam this past year in April, candidates shouldn't be surprised that the exam is undergoing several changes yet again in 2018.
Download our free eBook below to find out everything you need to know about the 2018 CPA Exam and how Roger CPA Review is helping you properly prepare for success. These changes will go into effect on January 1, 2018--so make sure you know what to expect as you study and so there's no surprises on Exam Day!
The CPA Exam is undergoing some changes, effective January 1, 2018. Here are some Frequently Asked Questions we put together to help you better understand what the changes are and how we'll help you prepare for success in the new year.
1. What is changing on the 2018 CPA Exam?
The CPA Exam will undergo several changes throughout 2018. Changes to the Exam include:
With Christmas and New Years right around the corner, we all know how it goes--holiday parties, family gatherings and friends' night out. So where does studying for your CPA Exam fit into all of this? Good question. The holidays are a tough time to concentrate on your studies--so we have a list of things you can do to have your cake and eat it too!
As the accounting industry continues to search for solutions to the weakening CPA Pipeline, there are great opportunities now that can be implemented by academic institutions to encourage accounting students to become the next leaders in the accounting profession.
The AICPA went live today with a new sample exam that features the major User Experience (UX) changes that will hit the CPA Exam in April of 2018.
If you're a CPA candidate, please note that while this update will not affect the content of the exam, it’s still very important to be familiar with the changes so that there are no surprises on exam day. Tweet this
We highly suggest you check out the AICPA's new sample exam, and that you read below for a quick rundown of what the changes entail and how we will help prepare you for this new exam.
Studying for the CPA Exam can sometimes be, to put it lightly, overwhelming. Granted, that's a very obvious statement, but it's amazing how many important practices can be overlooked when you're in the midst of preparing for the exam; even things that seem to be 'obvious'.
So in addition to all the study tips we recommend, we thought we'd remind everyone of important things that are easy to forget:
Craig Donahue had given up on passing the CPA Exam--until he found Roger CPA Review. 8 years after graduating college and working at a Big 4, Craig passed all 4 sections consecutively on his first try. See how he did it and why!