Hey kml420 you can download lots of study material from this site - http://www.schweser....tudy-materials/
Posted 22 July 2014 - 01:07 AM
I am planning to pursue CPA exams this year.
It will be a great help if anyone is willing to lend me their review material or notes.
Thanks in anticipation.
Posted 22 July 2014 - 01:13 AM
I'm using Becker and like it for the most part.
I am planning to pursue CPA exams.
It will be of great help if you could lend me your material.
Thank you in anticipation.
Posted 05 September 2014 - 04:29 AM
After personally trying out most of the CPA review courses, Wiley CPAexcel was definitely my favorite. The course breaks everything down into smaller sections which optimizes your studying time.
I think you'll find this comparison chart of the top 5 courses very helpful in deciding which course to choose: http://beatthecpa.co...review-courses/
Posted 09 October 2014 - 10:35 PM
It really isn't a matter of one review course being the best, it's about identifying how you study best and then finding the review course that is going to best cater to you study.
I started off with Becker but then found that I hated sitting there for 4 hours watching lectures and highlighting, so I switched to Gleim which is more of a self-study course. My scores jumped significantly once I started using a course that fit my study style!
I found some youtube video reviews that I think you will find helpful in making an informed decision: CPA Review Course Video Reviews