Study time for REG?
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by /u/Accountant_Barbie
1d ago
What are the average study hours for REG? I am currently waiting on my AUD results (my first exam). I would like to start studying for REG today to schedule the exam for sometime August 17-24. Then immediately study for ISC and take it October 1-5th after studying for 5-6 weeks depending on the REG date.. Do yall think this is feasible or am I insane? I also work full time. Please send help!! submitted by /u/Accountant_Barbie [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Monday Score Release?
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by /u/New_student_6
1d ago
How are folks feeling towards a Monday score release. It’s about 2 weeks early and we are all getting paid presumably on the 15th so we can all afford to buy our retakes? Sounds like something the NASBA might target. Also post weekend so that is something too. But all in all just waiting for the release is killing me!! submitted by /u/New_student_6 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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SE1- FAR score
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by /u/One-Baker-2108
1d ago
I just gave SE1 and got 58, I am disappointed and my exam is scheduled for 26th of this month. Feels like I won’t be able to pass the exam. How should I study for the next 2 weeks? Or shall I reschedule the exam for the next month submitted by /u/One-Baker-2108 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Ever see a negative Becker bump?
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by /u/Defiant_Duty_5143
1d ago
Taking FAR this weekend with a 76 and 78 on SE 1 & 2. Seems like bump are as low as 2% and as high as 25%. Anybody ever gotten a negative bump though? submitted by /u/Defiant_Duty_5143 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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REG TIPS? Time for syllabus completion
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by /u/PrinceCharms11
1d ago
Can anybody just let me know how much time it will take to cover the REG SYLLABUS if i am a full time student ? Will 1.5 months be enough ? submitted by /u/PrinceCharms11 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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After 10 years of putting it off, I think I’m gonna try to finally sit for my first section.
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by /u/CreonteBasami
1d ago
A lot of things have changed in the past 10 years. Upon graduating from college, I did a year in Big 4, and that ruined accounting for me, largely because I was supposed to be a static resource and ended up traveling eight months out of the year. From there, I started my Stint in finance where I’ve been for the past 9. I’m hoping to sit for FAR, but I’m nervous with two kids, a full-time job, and etc. I still have my lifetime subscription to world/Roger, but I’m not really sure how to approach it since I never did well learning from lectures. In college, I would have to crank out questions, a ..read more
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FAR MCQ SE’s
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by /u/Additional_Cow3197
1d ago
Hey, Anyone who used becker for FAR, and passed with good score >80,how much did you scored in your intial module wise test and in SE’s? I am getting around 65% in mcq after reading module one time. Any suggestions would be helpful for FAR. Thanks submitted by /u/Additional_Cow3197 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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WHY is this question written so poorly....?
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by /u/Levianz
1d ago
https://preview.redd.it/q5qldiajq1cd1.png?width=1259&format=png&auto=webp&s=2c2c9fd1fced3af1ac1632829b3e3ae586a36006 The question says absolutely NOTHING about there being any other income whatsoever in any of these years. How are we supposed to assume that there was income to deduct $3k of the initial $5k capital loss to begin with? The first time I saw this question (before going back through to clear my MCQs) I selected $1k capital gain for year 3, since you'd presume $1k of the Y2 gain would be offset by the carryforward loss from Y1, and then the $3k maximum offset would ..read more
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I'm so nervous about the results...
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by /u/Chicken_PadThai_
1d ago
I felt strong during the MCQs SIMs were disgusting but I managed not to leave any blanks on the questions. Do you guys think I can pass? p.s. Any news on the Q2 score date? Will it be as scheduled or released earlier like Q1? submitted by /u/Chicken_PadThai_ [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Has anyone successfully sat for a CPA exam in CA after graduating from WGU?
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by /u/Jacob_JT89
1d ago
Can I take the CPA exam after studying at Western Governors University (WGU)? Currently, I have an AA in Accounting and an AS in Business Administration from a community college. I want to transfer to WGU to get a BS, and if necessary, an MS. I need to know if I can sit for the CPA exam in California after graduating. I tried emailing the California Board of Accountancy, but they didn't give a direct answer and only mentioned that I need to meet the requirements. Also, how does it work? Do I submit a request to sit for the exam, or do I take the exam and then request approval from the Board o ..read more
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