"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