"I just sat for REG today for the first time. I was ill-prepared for the simulations. For those who have passed, what do you recommend? I use Yaeger home study. I loved it for AUD, but for REG, not so much."
I need little information regarding AUD, it ws my first try & i got 70 unfortunately, What ever I got i was pretty sure about that. I am planning to sit again for AUD in the last week of May and I am already scheduled for REG in the…"
I would suggest you start studying as soon as possible if you plan to sit in April. If possible, give yourself three months of study time. I passed my first sitting with an 80. I studied 10-15 hours per week and did as many MCs and SIMs…"
The SIMs did seem to concentrate on decision tables; if/then scenarios. I would particularly study scenarios to determine when control risk, sampling risk, and/or inherent risk are being affected. The best way I know how to do this…"
I need little information regarding AUD, it ws my first try & i got 70 unfortunately, What ever I got i was pretty sure about that. I am planning to sit again for AUD in the last week of May and I am already scheduled for REG in the very week of April. I would like to have some of opinions on some of the topics in AUDITING.
Kirsten, I see here you said you passed AUD on your first try. Congrats! I am finishing up school (currently taking auditing) and plan to start studying for AUD in a few weeks. Do you have any advice? I do not have any auditing work experience. thx
Hi Kirsten - Just want to know your strategy about Auditing Exam. I started today from 1st video lecture of Garry Bulmash. It seems, he jumps a lot from page to page and with in page also he jumps a lot from one para to another para. Have you made some notes or you read all the material from book. Or, is it enough where Garry stresses in the book. I appreciate your suggestion on this. Thanks. Sanjay
I read BEC and AUD from CPAexcel till now. They are good so far. Especially the bit sized lessons will save a lot of time for few chapters while revising the content. But i feel the lecture videos are boring sometimes (I skip lecture…"
"My game plan is FAR, AUD, REG, and then BEC, I have heard that one builds on the other, not sure if that is correct at all or not, but most of my friends that are CPAs took it in this order and said they are happy they did cause some of the stuff in…"