Don’t Give Up
When it comes to the CPA Exam, it is important to remember to not give up. You will most likely fail at least one part of the exam. Don’t give up. Don’t procrastinate. Keep going until you defeat this exam!
Assessing Control Risk
When planning the audit, CPAs must quantify the risk of material misstatement to determine the types of tests and procedures needed in the audit. We show you how – with exam practice questions – here.
CPA Exam Study Tips
Ask the right questions. Investigate “wrong answers.” Use these CPA exam study tips to help you make the most of your time & pass the test!
How to Solve Variance Analysis Questions
Variance Analysis questions on the CPA Exam are especially troubling for many. We give you a closer look at two keys to solving these problems & walk you through a practice question.
Why Is The CPA Exam Difficult?
The CPA Exam is difficult by design, but rigorous preparation & a better understanding of pass rates can help your chances of passing.
CPA Course Correction
Trying to pick out the best CPA exam review course for you? We’ll help you find the perfect balance of price, perks & performance!
CPA Exam Tips & Tricks
CPA Exam Tips & Tricks from top accounting industry minds, including professors, exam scorers & exam coaches, courtesy of MDS CPA Review.
Is Microsoft® Excel Available on the CPA Exam?
Yes! Excel is Now Available on All Testlets Except the Written Communication Testlet of Business Environment and Concepts (BEC). As of April 1, 2018, Microsoft® Excel 2016 desktop version has been used on the CPA exam. Excel’s formulas and sort & filter functionalities are available for use, and the spreadsheet can be opened, closed, moved…
Continuous Testing Coming to the CPA Exam
Once You Get the Grade, You Can Go Again Beginning June 30, 2020, NASBA plans to begin using continuous testing of the CPA exam, which means, among other changes, “a Candidate can retake a Test Section once their grade for any previous attempt of the same Test Section has been released.” This change in test…
How is the CPA Exam Developed?
A Closer Look at How The CPA Exam Continues to Evolve For almost 100 years, the Uniform CPA Examination was offered twice a year as a pencil-and-paper exam. That changed in April of 2004 with the introduction of the computer-based CPA exam, which allowed for both a better testing experience and more frequent testing opportunities….