Life is busy and filled with an overwhelming amount of options. With all this noise, finding what you need can sometimes be challenging. And in a world of this much choice, having a familiar place to study, especially when you’re on the go, is key to effective learning. Today, we are introducing the next generation…
The 2017 CPA Exam goes into effect on April 1, 2017, and will not only feature the most sweeping content changes in more than a decade, but will also have a revised testing structure with the addition of a fifth testlet to each section.
The AICPA just released the latest pass rates for the 2015 CPA Exam. Check ‘em out!
Be sure to check out Part 1 of this series. In this installment of How to Master CPA Simulations, we cover some key strategies for using tabs, where to start first, and how practice makes perfect when it comes to the CPA Exam’s task-based simulations.
In this month’s free video lecture from Wiley CPAexcel, Prof. Don Tidrick, PhD, CPA, CMA, CIA, of Northern Illinois University provides an excellent overview of Specific Transaction Cycles. These concepts will be heavily tested in the Auditing (AUD) section of the CPA Exam.
Oh, the dreaded task-based simulations. How they’ve tripped up many a CPA Candidate. In the first of two parts, we lay out exactly how you can master CPA simulations and get higher scores on the FAR, AUD and REG sections.
According to Wiley CPAexcel lecturer, Dr. Pam Smith, “It depends.” In the video below, Dr. Smith walks you through some general recommendations to help you properly plan your CPA exam strategy.
This week we feature another snapshot into the very personal journey of another CPAexcel student. Meet Jerry and read how his very diverse career path brought adventure and growth to his home and professional life. Hi all! My name is Jerry and I’d like to share a bit about myself and what it was like…