A Short Prep Talk – Procrastination and the CPA Exam

For all of the procrastinators out there, this blog entry is for you. As professionals in the accounting career field, we all know that procrastination can halt even the best plans. sometimes we all just need a good empathetic pep talk from others who have traveled this road before us. If this is your case…

4 Tips for Overcoming Sims (CPA Exam Simulations Section)

This week we feature another article from Bryce of Crush The CPA Exam. Read below and discover four great techniques to immediately begin applying to your personalized CPA Exam study routine. The simulations section of the CPA exam is one of the most difficult and important parts and can hurt your score if not approached…

From England to Texas + My CPA Exam Journey

This week we feature another guest blogger – Thomas Perry – who chronicles his personal adventures in accounting and studying related to the CPA Exam. To date, Thomas has passed FAR with a 95 (way to go, Thomas!), is awaiting for his REG score and is currently embarking on a continued study path. The Bite-Sized…

Donna Edge’s CPA Exam Story – Part 2

This week we pick up once again with part 2 of Donna Edge’s personal CPA Exam Story and discover how she overcame the challenges and hurdles on her path to conquering the CPA Exam – Continued from Donna Edge’s CPA Exam Story – Part 1 – Please note that this blog post chronicles Donna’s personal…

10 Reasons Why We Created the Virtual Classroom Series

In support of two new Virtual Classroom sections – AUD and FAR – starting soon, we wanted to provide a better understanding for the CPAexcel Virtual Classroom Series and learn why we created this as a supplement to our course. This article also covers the general details of what students can glean from participation. Using…

Donna Edge’s CPA Exam Story – Part 1

“What I Learned on my CPA Exam Journey” Background: I graduated with my Accounting Degree in 1995. I took the paper exam twice. Used a live review and did not study much outside of the both times. Said I would NEVER go through that again! Worked in public accounting for 6 years then became a…