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Hi Everyone, this is Sumit Kumar Gupta. First of all, I would like to say you can do it for sure☺️. Now coming to strategy for studying CPA Exam(REG). In general, I would say that the most important thing you must do is avoid procrastination. Many of us are working professionals and have a busy season period, so it’s very important to be able to assess the situation and act accordingly. Be much more real…

This is Varshitha Nadipineni, and I passed my CPA Exam with the latest score release, and this is my attempt at trying to explain what worked for me in. FAR: 1. First things first, do not get intimidated by the course material. Agreed it is bulky and has massive amounts of information to get through. But you definitely went through most of it at some point, while getting your accounting credits. 2. Keep looking out…

Make your own notes: I studied CPA FAR Exam in a sequence i.e. lectures/ Skill practice videos/MCQs / & SIM. I took screenshots of skill videos which I thought were important but there aren’t sufficient materials. I took down notes especially for tricky or new concepts from MCQs and SIMs. Also revised chapters that were completed previously / modules in the next few days. Took notes where I felt I was weak. Then did PRS…

My journey of pursuing the US CMA has been incredible till now. I still remember the day I met Sripal sir for his suggestion on whether I should join CMA or take up other professional courses in finance. After listening to me patiently and considering all my concerns he suggested that I take up this course. I opted for CMA because of two major reasons. First one being that the course meets all the international…

Cracking regulation is not a very easy task, as the whole subject is very new but when you understand each and every concept then it’s one of the most interesting subjects. The strategy which works for me is as follows: I go through lectures of each module at a time then make notes on my own which helps me to understand it in a better way. I used to do MCQs, skill practice, and Sims…

I often get this question, and my answer is always the same. I’ve been thinking about updating my knowledge. Being a working professional with a family, it was a big decision, but Sripal sir suggested I get into the CPA course, the US equivalent of CA in India. I went through the CPA course and took advice from some of my friends who had done it, and all suggested that it’s an excellent CPA course…

The below is the Preparation strategy I followed section wise: FAR: Since FAR is the lengthiest among all the sections, I made a study plan to cover at least one module per day and to cover its MCQ’s along with the simulations.During weekends, we have to make the best use of time and to cover maximum possible and to make sure that we cover the pending simulations of the previous week if any.Since it is…

Everyone has different strategies and plans to study a subject. But, others’ feedback will give you the much needed clarity while moving forward with your studies. Hence, my strategy. First of all, I took live classes of Sripal sir and Suraj sir and then took Becker lectures (especially of Peter Olinto). After taking the lecture, I generally made my own notes which definitely was time-consuming but it helped me during the last days of my…

I DON’T HAVE A VERY DETAILED STRATEGY TO TALK ABOUT, BUT I’M JUST ADDING A FEW POINTERS THAT HAVE REALLY HELPED ME. Just listening to the lectures doesn’t help. Go through the textbook thoroughly and make your notes.Don’t get carried away while making your notes. You will end up having another copy of the textbook if you do so. Just make crisp summaries that you can go through annually. Throw in flow charts or diagrams…