You Can Pass the CPA Exam: Get Motivated, 3rd Edition
You'll also find complete guidance for customizing your own study plan and detailed tips for tackling every question, with coverage of essential topics including:
Updated discussion of the Simulations component as well as the Research component
Scheduling and applying for the Exam
Assessing your strengths and weaknesses
The Multiple-Choice component
The Communications component, formerly called Essays
Developing your personal study plan
Coping with your family, friends, and coworkers
Time management and other mistakes to avoid
2 Content and Overall Exam Format.
3 Scheduling and Applying for the Exam.
4 A Time and Place for Everything.
5 Assessing Your Strengths and Weaknesses.
6 The Multiple-Choice Component.
7 The Communications Component—Formerly Called Essays.
8 The Simulation Component: No Fear.
9 The Research Component: How Many Hits?
10 CPA Exam Grading.
11 Developing Your Personal Study Plan.
12 Study Strategies to Improve Your Memory.
13 Coping with Family, Friends, and Coworkers.
14 Revising Your Personal Study Plan.
15 How Will I Ever Pass? Practice Makes Perfect!
16 The Art of Auditing and Attestation.
17 Financial Accounting and Reporting: Tough It Out.
18 Regulation: The Rule-Oriented Section.
19 Business Environment and Concepts: It’s Different, It's General.
20 Surviving the Prometric Experience.
21 Nerves of Steel.
22 Time Management and Other Mistakes to Avoid.
23 It's Show Time.
24 The Waiting Game.
25 Regrouping after an Unsuccessful Attempt.
26 Congratulations—You Are a CPA!