Tutor the People believes continuing education is of utmost importance to ensure the world continues to grow in knowledge and value, and we believe we share this belief with the most accredited CPA firms across the country. Our goal in partnering with such firms is to provide world-class CPA tutoring for junior level accountant professionals so that they can continue to strive in the field and earn their rightful status’ as CPAs.
It is our mission to establish the necessary skills and knowledge with our CPA students to ensure their success on the CPA exam.
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Our Tutors are Stellar
At some point in time, CPA tutoring became a product, with massive companies focused on minimal, average score increases. Unsatisfied with the status quo, Tutor the People was founded with the goal of personalizing CPA test prep based on the needs of the individual student, not the needs of a focus group. We hire tutors who not only receive top scores on the CPA exam sections but also have a passion and skill for teaching their students how to recreate this success on test day.
Strengthen Your Corporate Atmosphere
Our study packages are catered to the specific needs of our corporate clients providing packaged-deal prices and flexible study hours. By partnering with us, you are creating a workplace that supports the growth and education of your employees and supporting the ongoing professional training that will get them that one crucial step closer to earning their certificate.
A Team Dedicated to Your Success
Every corporate CPA package includes a CPA tutor who creates an specialized study plan tailored to your employee’s individual needs, in addition to a personal academic strategist who is there to support your human resources in their quest for continuing professional education.
Why our service works
Tutor the People understands that the life of every aspiring CPA is hectic and often unbalanced, which is why we provide a service that fits to that schedule, making the life of studying more compatible. Our top-scoring CPA tutors know the necessary skills and discipline to master the content of the CPA exam, but most importantly they can apply these lessons via online meetings or in-person meetings to cater directly to specific needs.
Top CPA Corporate Partnerships Tutors
Philadelphia CPA FAR tutor Dionne L. received an MBA at Drexel University Lebow School of Business where she focused on Finance and Business Analytics. She is a Certified Public Accountant licensed in the state of Pennsylvania specializing…
New York CPA tutor Bert B. graduated from the Questrom School of Business at Boston University in 2013, with a concentration in accounting and finance. Earning 154 credits in his undergraduate program, he is licensed in the state of New York…
Ali passed the CPA exams in 2018 and is now working as a senior accountant at Arizona State University.
Ali has over ten years’ experience working as an Accountant in both private industry…
Advantages to benefiting your employees
From a financial standpoint, a CPA designation for your employee is eligible as a deduction for you as an employer. This is also the case for employees that work as in house accountants. It is common for employers to purchase studying materials and content for their employees, so going the extra mile to provide them with tutoring will not only allow you to stand out from the other firms seeking young hire, but will prove your care for your employees and your belief in their ability to earn their certificate.
Do your employees qualify to take the CPA?
Before signing up to the CPA, your employees must first have their Notice to Schedule (NTS). To acquire an NTS, you should have them apply to take the exam then wait for NASBA’s Board of Accountancy to determine that they are eligible.
They must obtain as NTS for BEC, REG, FAR, and AUD. That is four Notices to Schedule total. Each NTS is valid for a specific amount of time, and cannot be used once it expires. So it is important for them to remember to schedule their exam appointment soon after obtaining their 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. Our tutors are certified to teach all four categories on top of any other specific problems your employees may be struggling with.
The Total Score
Auditing and Attestation (AUD)0-99
Business Environment and Concepts (BEC)0-99
Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR)0-99
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More Info & Resources
Free CPA Prep Resources
AICPA offers free CPA practice tests and tutorials online here and 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.
Updated: CPA Exam Blueprints starting July 1st, 2021
2018 CPA Exam Pass Rates
CPA Testing Windows
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.