The AICPA Approves CPA Evolution Licensure Model

By Megan Matthews

AICPA Approves Exam Model Change

The American Institute of CPAs’ Council held their first-ever virtual Council meeting, where they elected a new chair and approved the CPA Evolution model that AICPA and NASBA have been developing with a focus on more technology skills. This, along with an updated Exam to reflect the changes, is expected to be available in January […]

The CPA Exam is difficult enough at the best of times – but right now, with COVID-19 impacting study journeys and delaying test dates, it’s even tougher. Typically CPA Candidates have 18 months to sit for and pass all four sections of the CPA Exam – but because of these delays, NASBA is encouraging State […]

Right now, deciding how to study, what to study, or even if you should be studying can seem daunting and difficult to determine. Given upcoming CPA Exam changes to certain exam sections and Prometric delays, the conditions that the current pool of CPA Candidates face is unprecedented. Because of this, the approach these candidates take […]

How to Study For Your CPA While Working Remote

By Megan Bierwirth

The novel coronavirus has truly changed the way we go about our everyday lives. Things we never thought about before, like going to the grocery store, going to the gym, and going to work are being changed and restricted at a rapid pace. Many of us are now telecommuting (or working from home) as many […]

We know how uncertain of a time it currently is, with COVID-19 impacting not only your day-to-day life but your family and the market too – it’s pretty scary. But that’s not to say that your life (or career ambitions) should be put on hold, in fact, they’re more important now than ever. That’s why […]

In the CPA Review game, we’ve all heard the phrase “adaptive learning technology” but what does that even mean? It’s become a buzzword thrown out by many CPA Review Courses, but can it even help you? The short answer? Yes it can. Exam Review Courses that utilize adaptive learning software essentially avoid the standard linear […]

Some Prometric Testing Centers to Resume Testing

By Megan Matthews

Update: As of 4/23, the AICPA has announced that the CPA Exam will be considered an essential exam, meaning some candidates will be able to resume testing on May 1. It’s important to note that Prometric will be opening only in areas where deemed safe. The AICPA has announced that Prometric will be contacting candidates […]

FAR Study Tips

By Elizabeth Kolar, MBA, CPA, CGMA

The Financial Accounting and Reporting section of the CPA Exam is one of the more robust exams in terms of content, and having a few tricks up your sleeves to maximize your study time will give you the advantage you need to pass. Check out these 6 FAR study tips you can utilize today to […]

Study Habits We See in Successful CPA Exam Candidates

By Elizabeth Kolar, MBA, CPA, CGMA

Study Habits We See in Successful CPA Candidates

Every CPA Exam Candidate walks into Prometric on testing day with the intention to pass. But the specifics of how candidates prepare during their CPA study time makes the difference between a passing and failing score. The reality is that more goes into studying and passing the CPA Exam than just going through all the […]

What Continuous Testing Means For You

By Megan Matthews

If you haven’t yet heard, NASBA, AICPA and Prometric will offer continuous testing for CPA Exam candidates in the United States from July 1st, 2020 with all state boards backing it. That’s right – no more black out periods or CPA exam testing windows, and no more waiting months to re-sit the exam you’re totally […]