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Hirsch will be responsible for increasing market development of Surgent’s University Pass product to accounting professors and major university accounting programs. Surgent CPA Review is proud to announce the hiring of Ryan Hirsch as Director, Market Development (MDM), Universities. Hirsch will be responsible for increasing the awareness and market penetration of Surgent’s University PASS (UPASS) […]

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You’ve been studying for a section of the CPA Exam for weeks, and now you’re ready to sit; however, scheduling the test isn’t as easy as it sounds. The CPA Exam is administered during specific testing windows each year, and there are several “blackout periods” throughout the year where you can’t sit. To help prepare […]

This month’s Surgent Ambassador Spotlight goes to… Brennan Burke Hometown: Sylva, North Carolina Earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Accountancy at Western Carolina University   About The Ambassador Program The Surgent CPA Review’s Student Ambassador Program is a leadership program that offers students an opportunity to enhance their business skills, gain exposure to the accounting industry, […]

cpa exam readiness

ReadySCORE, combined with Surgent CPA Review’s adaptive learning-based course, has been shown to boost student CPA Exam readiness by 97%, leading to higher CPA Exam pass rates. Surgent CPA Review is proud to announce the availability of ReadySCORE™ within its CPA Exam preparation course. Powered by A.S.A.P. Technology™, Surgent’s proprietary adaptive learning platform, ReadySCORE gauges […]

Surgent CPA Review co-founder Liz Kolar recently shared an overview on what every candidate should know about the FAR section of the CPA Exam. Here’s what she had to say: Governmental Accounting One of the areas in FAR that we hear students have trouble with is Governmental Accounting. Many students haven’t seen it on the […]

CPA Exam Ratio

Surgent CPA Review co-founder, Liz Kolar recently shared her quick tips on how to memorize key CPA Exam ratios. Here’s what she had to say: Return on Ratio The first CPA Exam ratio candidates should become familiar with is the “return on” ratio. The phrase “return on” means “net income divided by.” The formula for […]

2019-reg-changes

In 2019, the biggest changes candidates will see on the CPA Exam will be on the Regulation (REG) section. Keep reading to learn more about where these REG changes came from, when the new tax law will be tested, what we recommend to candidates, and a list of exactly what those changes entail. The Tax […]

Find Out Your CPA Exam Score Before You Even Sit

One of the biggest anxieties for CPA Exam candidates is knowing whether or not they’re ready to sit for and pass the CPA Exam. Traditional wisdom centers around a specific number of hours studied as an indicator of whether or not candidates will pass. However, not everyone learns at the same rate or in the […]

How to Choose A CPA Review Course: 5 Considerations Before Buying

Choosing a CPA Review course can be a confusing process; there are quite a few courses out there each offering different features. However, there are a few core offerings you should consider when you choose a CPA Review course, and ensuring your course has them will make the learning process much smoother. To help you […]

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In the 20+ years I spent in recruiting (including over a decade with KPMG’s Campus Recruiting team), I saw a lot of great students, made some very close friends, and witnessed some recruiting horror stories. To round out my personal experiences and give you an accurate glimpse behind the curtain, I’ve reached out to many […]