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CPA Exam: There are new changes made in the US CPA examination 2021 and for all those who are planning to write the Uniform CPA Exam in 2021, knowing regarding these changes becomes very essential. The field of Finance and Accounting is a profession that is always changing with time and due to which there are changes made to the exam, the AICPA regularly updates all the content on CPA exam so that it become…

When you spend months preparing for the CPA exam diligently and studying hard for the upcoming sections of the Exam, you feel confident about yourself and you know you would ace the Exam. Once the NASBA posts your score, you are not satisfied as the score isn’t according to your hard work. Sometimes you made a mistake truly and at times, you might not be wrong. This situation has happened to some candidates and it’s…

US CPA Exam: AICPA (American Institute of CPAs – world’s largest member association representing the accounting profession), NASBA (National Association of State Boards of Accountancy – An association for Boards of Accountancy and oversees the national candidate database) and Simandhar Education (Largest Training provider for US CPA course in India) came together for a webinar ( recording provided below) on ‘Earning the US CPA License’ held on 8th December 2020. This webinar’s main objective was…

Good News for all the CPA aspirants who want to take the CPA exam in Canada. Here’s an announcement from the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) and the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) regarding the CPA exam in Canada. NASBA and AICPA will administer the US CPA exam in Canada at approved CPA Prometric test locations/centers until 30th June 2021. The Canadian CPA aspirants/students may schedule to take the US CPA exam…

US CPA: According to the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA), the US CPA exam is scored on a curve scale of 0 to 99. The candidate needs to score 75 or more to pass the CPA exam and become a Certified Public Accountant. But, you might ask how to score that? No one understands CPA exam scores and grades. Does 75 mean percentage, marks, or points? Is the US CPA exam graded in a curve? …

CPA Exam Update: In India, CPA Exam testing will begin on January 1, 2021. CPA aspirants may start using the scheduler from November 2, 2020. With all the disruptions and inconveniences COVID-19 has caused worldwide in each field, it has been even more difficult for people to deal with situations. One of the most critical situations that need to be dealt with is ‘Exams.’ Exams are either being discontinued or postponed. However, even during these…

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…

CPA-FAR Exam: PRACTICE! PRACTICE! Practice was the main key in clearing my FAR Exam with 83. Followed almost the same strategy which I made during REG preparation. Conceptual clarity is must to crack any exam. This can be achieved through continuous practice and revising the chapters. Revising once and twice was not sufficient for me. So I kept on revising it until I am thorough with the concept. Because every time you revise, you come…

Hi Everyone, I’m Rishika. Here, I’d like to share my study strategy for the CPA-FAR section. As I walked out of the exam center, I felt an immense sense of relief, I looked at my parents and told them that I knew I was passing FAR. This was totally different from what I had heard people say after they gave their exams. Most of the feedback I got back from people giving FAR was negative…