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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 […]

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With the recent CPA Exam score release from the AICPA, we hope you received a passing score! If you didn’t, it’s ok! Jessica Sandhu has been there. Watch her video for tips on how to recover, and bounce back for next time!

Welcome to a new weekly feature of Passing Insights! Surgent CPA Review’s Student Development Manager, Jessica Sandhu, is currently sitting for the CPA Exam. Each week, Jessica shares her insights into her own study process. This week, find out what she does to de-stress when studying for the exam.

Remember the Misery Index from your college Economics class? We’ve applied it to CPA exam prep using cost of CPA review, hours studying, and sections taken. The lower your score, the better!

Testing for the CPA Exam before the 2017 exam changes? Know what changes became effective for this testing window.

New platform from CPA prep program uses next-generation adaptive learning to shorten study time and increase pass rates.

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Many of us get into the habit of cramming, especially in college. Back in the day, I used to be able to cram for a few hours the night before an exam and ace it the next day. Well, gone are the days of cramming, especially when you start studying for the CPA Exam. So […]

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The creator of CPA Exam Guide, Bryan Kesler, CPA, shares his tips for passing the CPA exam.

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2016 was a big year for the CPA exam! The FASB issued several ASUs, some of which will be tested beginning this January, the testing window for 2017 was extended, and the AICPA announced that the exam will change on April 1, 2017. We understand that keep track of these changes can be difficult. To […]