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CPA Exam Prep Blog

What are Task-Based Simulations?

June 26, 2017

Task-Based Simulations

The CPA Exam consist of three question types: multiple choice (MCQ), Task-Based Simulation (TBS), and Written Communication (WC). AUD, FAR, and REG have 8 TBSs, while BEC has 4 TBSs and 3 WCs.

To properly prepare for the CPA Exam, you will need to know these exam staples inside and out, so start by learning about Task-Based Simulations, their different parts, and how to practice with them.

CPA Exam TBS Overview

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How to Study for the CPA Exam When You Have Kids

June 21, 2017

Being a parent doesn’t mean you can’t become a CPA. You know that the advantages of becoming a CPA include increased salary and job security, which benefit both you and your children. Becoming a CPA also involves making sacrifices, as you’ll have less time to spend with your kids when you’re preparing for the CPA Exam. To balance study time with family time, follow these suggestions.

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CPA Exam Score Release: 2017 Dates

June 15, 2017

cpa exam score release

When you leave the Prometric testing center after completing a section of the CPA Exam, a feeling of relief may come upon you, even if only for a few moments. You have taken yet another step toward the CPA certification, and you should be proud of yourself. However, even as you enjoy this sense of accomplishment, you may also begin to wonder about the results of your efforts: your CPA Exam score. Depending on when you sat for the exam, you might not have to wait very long to receive your score, because it will be released according to the 2017 CPA Exam score release schedule.

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Getting to Know Gleim Personal Counselors

June 14, 2017

You don’t have to work through the process of passing the CPA Exam alone. There are people who would love to support, encourage, assist, and inform you every step of the way so that you have the best chance for CPA Exam success. The people who can do this are called Gleim Personal Counselors. Our Personal Counselors are a team of exam experts who help candidates pass the CPA Exam every day. Previously, we discussed the many benefits of working with the Gleim Personal Counselors, and now, we would like to introduce you to a real Personal Counselor. Amy Simmons has been a Personal Counselor at Gleim CPA for more than two years, and she has kindly answered some questions for us so that you can learn more about everything Personal Counselors can do for you.

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The Gleim Methodology

June 7, 2017

Though the end result is a certification, not a degree, passing the CPA Exam is a very educational process that encompasses learning, reviewing, and testing. Therefore, when completing such a scholarly activity, it makes the most sense to work with professional educators who use verified teaching methods to help you cultivate a deep understanding of difficult concepts.

The CPA Exam will assess your knowledge of accounting topics at a very high level, so you need to know as much as you can and learn it as quickly as you can. Dr. Gleim and the other professional educators who created Gleim CPA Review employ the Gleim methodology to help you master the exam content effectively and efficiently. The Gleim methodology for CPA review involves practice testing and learning from your mistakes.

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