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1. Emily - Hi Jeff, I have a question about NASBA Experience Verification Service. I could not get a job at a public accounting firm. Currently, I'm working at non-profit organization as an accountant. But there is no CPA in this accounting team. I'd like to know if families or friends can verify my work experience if they are CPA. If it's not allowed, I should pay for the verification service. Do you know anything about interview of this service?
2. Jodie - I need study advice and to know more about your products. I was wondering if you could help me. I used another course and BOMBED bad. I was always a "look out the window person" in college then go home, read the book and learn it that way. If I was still lost, I would read the book and pay intense attention to the instructor. That strategy didn't help. I’m short on cash and have no idea where to go from here. Do you have courses with books and videos!? I'm looking more for a program that teaches you not really dives right in like you are fresh out of college. I graduated 15 years ago. I'm at the level of "how do the financial statements flow" . I feel like a complete moron!! Can you help? Please tell me you've seen people fall flat on their face like this and come back stronger!
3. Swati - I took regulation twice (73,72) and both times my score analysis said weaker in simulations. The first time I took I was literally sweating while attempting simulations cos I knew nothing and I scored 73. The second time I thought I did better on simulations than the first attempt and was confident will pass with a 80 but landed up with a 72, which was a shock to me !Any advice ? I used (super-expensive CPA Review Course) for all this while. I think I need more questions to practice. Will NINJa get me there ? I am discip
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CPA Reviewed #75 – Sweating April 2017 CPA Exam Ch
If you're looking for a podcast to get you ready for the exam, this is the show to listen to. It's been over 5 years since I've been tackling this exam and I've sat for every test using Becker. Becker is a great tool and can be pricey, but the what Jeff says about highlighting in a book makes complete sense. I started listening to Jeff's podcast for a a couple of months and it's motivated me to get back to it. Jeff's advice is sincere and practical. I look forward to using your material to pass the CPA exam.
Date published: 2017-03-29
Rated 5 out of
CPA Reviewed #74 and #73
Jeff tells things how they are or, at least, from his perspective from coaching fifties of thousands of CPA candidates from all over the world! He shares details of how to properly study and use not only NinjaCPAReview Products, but also products from other CPA Review providers. I've listened to this podcast throughout the year, since I've been listening to podcasts, mainly at work while working. I continually look forward to future podcasts as they come, and even though Ninja has been my supplement to my current main review course with Gleim because I had not yet heard of Ninja when I started studying, I've learned a lot from the books and the ten point combos. I intend to read both reviews books on TTS if not visually, take REG in February or March depending on my score release for FAR February 7th. I've even attempted to integrate Ninja into my other study framework and use the 10 point combo as my main review if I have to retake BEC for a lapse at that time (next)? Thank you Ninja for your support, including from your Brainscape site for flashcards as Jeff mentions in the podcast. I don't want to spoil the podcasts for you. Thank you for all your support Another71! And the Elliot's! Keep training! (And in Taekwondo, as well. It's how I started my martial arts training, myself.) And keep up your good work!
Date published: 2017-01-29