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CPA Study Packages
Free McGraw-Hill Education 2,000 Review Questions for the CPA Exam book
Practice makes perfect. We include a McGraw-Hill Education 2,000 Review Questions for the CPA Exam book with every CPA study package. It includes practice questions and crucial CPA preparation information.
Customized Study Plan
We know that every student is on a different page. Your CPA tutor will create a study plan that is tailored to your needs.
One on One CPA Prep
We believe personalized learning is the best way to improve. You will work with one CPA tutor, 1-on-1, to build upon your foundation and learn how to improve.
We add a Free Introductory Hour to every package, so students can meet their tutor and develop a customized study plan before beginning their paid package hours. All unused hours are refundable, so you can try our CPA prep risk-free.
We offer multiple extended payment options. Contact us to find out which installment plan suits your budget.
Use your study hours as best suits your needs. Some students meet with a tutor daily, while others space it out to weekly meetings.
$999 Quick Review: 12 Hours
$1799 In-Depth Review: 24 Hours
$2399 High Achiever Plan: 36 Hours
You create your plan
Do you qualify to take the CPA?
Before signing up to the CPA, you must first obtain a Notice to Schedule (NTS). To acquire an NTS, you should apply to take the exam then wait for NASBA’s Board of Accountancy to determine that you are eligible.
You must obtain as NTS for BEC, REG, FAR, and AUD. So four Notices to Schedule total. Each NTS is valid for a specific amount of time, and cannot be used once it expires. So remember to schedule your exam appointment soon after obtaining your NTS.
About the CPA Exam
The Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination or CPA Exam is a computer-based test administered to those who wish to become certified public accountants in the United States. The exam is comprised of four sections: Auditing and Attestation (AUD), Business Environment and Concepts (BEC), Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR), and Regulation (REG). Each section is scored on a 0-99. A minimum score of 75 is required to pass each section. In total, the exam takes fourteen hours; however, you may select the order in which you take each part of the exam, so long as you complete all parts within 18 months.
The Total Score
Auditing and Attestation (AUD)0-99
Business Environment and Concepts (BEC)0-99
Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR)0-99
We start off by learning as much as we can about our students so we can deliver a customized tutoring experience. Some of the information we seek includes:
1Are you just now beginning your CPA prep?
2Where are you in your CPA studies?
3Have you taken a CPA section before?
4Have you taken a CPA practice test?
5How did you score?
6Are you struggling with content?
7Are you struggling with strategy?
8What are your best days/times to meet with a CPA tutor?
CPA Exam Sections:
Auditing and Attestation (AUD)- In this section you will be tested on your knowledge of planning the engagement, internal controls, obtaining and documenting information, reviewing engagements and evaluating information and preparing communications.
Business Environment and Concepts (BEC)- In this section, you will be tested on your knowledge of business structures, economic concepts, financial management, information technology, and planning and measurement.
Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR)- This section of the CPA exam tests your knowledge of concepts and standards for financial statements, typical items in financial statements, specific types of transactions and events, accounting and reporting for governmental agencies, and accounting and reporting for non-governmental and not-for-profit organizations.
Regulation (REG)- This section covers knowledge of ethics and professional responsibility, business law, Federal tax procedures and accounting issues, Federal taxation of property transactions, Federal taxation – individuals, and Federal taxation – entities.
More Info & Resources
Free CPA Prep Resources
AICPA offers free CPA practice tests and tutorials online here.
The National Associations of State Boards of Accountancy offers various CPA resources online here.
Register to take the exam here.
Read more in-depth of how the CPA is scored here.
January 2019 CPA Exam Blueprints.
2018 CPA Exam Pass Rates
CPA Exam Components
Multiple-choice questions: Multiple-choice questions appear in all four sections of the CPA exam. These questions are based on the topics in the Content Specification Outlines. In each exam section, there are three multiple-choice “testlets,” which are the groups of questions.
Task-based simulations: This type of test component uses simulations of real-world work situations in order to test your knowledge of particular subjects as well as your skills in applying your knowledge to the situation.
Written communications tasks: These tasks require you to use letter or memo format to respond to scenarios concerning topics within the Content Specification Outlines.