CPA Study Group
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Hello everyone, Today is the last day of my final Accounting courses needed in order to sit for the CPA exams. It's been a long road and now my journey to a CPA license begins. I was happy to find a CPA review tool with as much help and as cheap as this one because I really didn't want to finance a $2000 review course. The real studying begins now! Good luck to all! Cheers, Paul
I used these study questions to review for BEC after I was sick of seeing the same questions from Becker's self-study course. I scored 11 points higher on BEC than I did on Audit, and my only difference in studying technique was these questions! I highly recommend that everyone uses them, especially for the IT questions which I didn't think Becker did a great job of representing accurately. (I passed audit with a 76 and BEC with an 87.) Best of luck to everyone studying, nothing worthwhile was ever easy!
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