Category Archives: Tips & Resources
As graduation approaches, it’s easy to feel anxious about the CPA exam and ready to start putting a few sections behind you. Depending on your situation, you may be able to start taking it while you’re still in school, as long as you can properly manage a full course load alongside studying. Whether or […]
Hi, my name is Jonathan Marseglia, I am a tax manager and tax attorney at Garcia & Ortiz PA, and I passed three sections of the CPA Exam by studying about 96 hours per section with Surgent- nearly half of the time that put into studying when I used a different CPA review course! I […]
Effective April 1, 2017, the AICPA updated the CPA exam to be a 50/50 split between Multiple Choice Questions and Task Based Simulations/Written Communication Tasks. This change has caused simulations (or sims for short) to become a larger portion of an exam candidate’s score. Consequently, doing well on the sims has become even more crucial […]
The AICPA recently released a list of revisions to the CPA Exam Blueprints, to take effect 7/1/2018. While CPA Exam candidates should be sure to consult the most up-to-date blueprints document, rest assured! The AICPA confirms that these revisions do not change “the nature or scope of content eligible for testing in an Exam […]
There’s nothing more exciting than getting ready to graduate with a job offer in hand! But, there are a few things you need to consider before you kick your heels up and call it a day. Check out these 4 tips, which will help you prepare for your new job and set you up for […]
The AICPA recently announced 2018 CPA Exam changes. Here’s what you need to know: Blueprints Each exam section’s blueprint link the knowledge and skills to be tested on the exam to tasks that are representative of the work of a newly liscenced CPA. The blueprints are updated perioidcally to include new content that becomes […]
On the fence about a faster CPA Exam review course? Here are 3 reasons why a speedy CPA Exam review can benefit you, and what courses have the best offering, as reviewed by a university professor.
What’s the number one reason to take the CPA Exam? We talked to a millennial CPA who passed the CPA Exam and is currently working as an Accounting Manager. Watch her video to find out!
Because studying for the CPA Exam is already challenging enough, studying while working full-time can seem impossible. We spoke with Adam Borrelli, CPA, a Partner at RSM in Philadelphia. Here are his recommendations for passing the CPA Exam as a professional!
Choosing a CPA Review course? To help you decide which course is best for you, veteran CPA Review instructor and our course designer Liz Kolar, CPA compiled a list of Surgent CPA Review’s features as compared to Gleim CPA Review.