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Satyam Jain  – Simandhar’s US CMA alumni has shared his journey to ace the US CMA exams and provided a strategy to make the preparations easy. Hello professional,  Hope you all are fine and energetic for your studies. It’s my pleasure to give you some suggestions. Firstly I would like to talk about Simandhar Education Institute. My personal request, do not miss a single class. Don’t be a fast learner, rather be a smart learner.…

Vipin – Simandhar’s US CPA aspirant has shared his journey to ace the BEC exam and provided a strategy to make the preparations easy. I am sharing my journey and the things I have done during my BEC preparation. Being US CMA and having good experience in core accounting, I did have a good grip on the general and basic concepts, so my focus was on things that were not covered previously in my study…

First and foremost, if you have decided to pursue this course, 100% determination and consistency are necessary. One cannot pass the exam unless he/she is focused on studies. My study strategy for all four subjects is as follows. I will suggest you appear for the exams in the following pattern only as FAR has interconnection with other subjects. FAR: –  Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR) is the BEAST. You have to dedicate more time to this…

I would like to share my preparation strategy for the Financial Reporting(FAR) section of the CPA exam. My score of 94 has been the consequence of the study environment that has been fostered by you and your team, and I will ever be thankful for that. Disclaimer(for the students): I have committed full time for my examination, and I do understand that working professionals may find it relatively challenging to pay heed to some of…

We are delighted to share that our student Mr.Abhishek (CA, CPA Aspirant) has scored 96 in the CPA-Audit exam. He shared about ‘How he got 96 in the Audit exam?’ Let’s move right into his experience. Hi, I’m Abhishek. I’m a qualified CA and now pursuing the CPA Course from Simandhar Education. All – my two cents on CPA AUD preparation. I hope you all find it useful: 1) First and foremost may be rhetoric,…

Hi Everyone! I hope you’ve all been keeping well. I recently passed my CMA part-2 exam and I’d like to share my experience and give some pointers which helped me get here. First, I want to wholeheartedly thank the faculty – Sripal sir, Suraj sir, and Amir sir – for all the resources, support, and guidance I’ve been readily provided with. All the resources are given immensely helpful with the preparation for the CMA part…

US CPA Exam: “You never fail until you stop trying” – Albert Einstein. In 2000, I’d just graduated from a University with multiple honors within 3 years and I went to work for my first-choice employer. Life was very good; I was a young person making a great salary with an extremely bright future. My first priority as a tax accountant working for a global firm was to take the CPA course and pass the…

Set up stiff targets for executing a job and work relentlessly to exceed your own expectation. Make winning a habit.’ – says Mr. Rajneesh Jain, President & CFO – Reliance Jio. Mr. Rajneesh Jain is a Cost & Management Accountant (CMA). He is an accomplished finance veteran with over 30 years of professional experience in the industry. He has worked with a number of established organizations previously namely RCom, Indo Rama Synthetics, Ispat Industries, and…

Mr. Shailesh Haribhakti, one of the most renowned CA’s in the current times emerged as a national scholar in 1971 after passing the Indian School Certificate exam with a top rank in the country.He was offered a scholarship at Cambridge but he declined it. In 1950, Haribhakti & Co was founded by his father who himself is the most tenured living and practicing CA at the age of 91 and was a past President of…

This is Wasim; please find my strategy to prepare for CPA-FAR exam given below. – Don’t try to learn FAR like remembering theory, understand the concepts. – Finishing FAR in 3 months if possible, I finished it in 3 months. You need to study for 2 days of the week-ends and daily for at least 3 hours which is minimum (For working candidates). – Give 4 mini-tests per week for the modules you already completed…