CPA Exam News
2018 cpa exam changes
CPA candidates hear most often about updates to the exam that are made to reflect developments in accounting. Less often, though, the AICPA changes the format of the exam to modernize the look and/or incorporate improvements in technology. In April 2017, the CPA Exam went through major alterations to the exam structure and question types...
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How Hard is the CPA Exam
So you want to be a CPA? Then you must pass the CPA Exam. Every state board requires CPA candidates to pass the exam, so it’s the one consistent part of the CPA certification process. Because you have to take it, you need to know: How hard is the CPA Exam? How Hard is the...
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Is Gleim Review really adaptive?
Over the past year, many review providers have revamped and upgraded their courses with the newest trend in exam prep: adaptive learning systems. As review providers apply the term “adaptive technology” to their new courses, candidates are left wondering which ones really live up to the claim. Gleim has been a leader of this evolution,...
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CPA Career Paths
As a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), you will have a lot of career options. You can choose your accounting specialty and even be picky about the industry. As a license granted by state boards, the CPA certification is a career choice, but it is certainly not a limited one. In fact, you have more CPA...
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Dr. Gleim, our favorite teacher
With another Teacher’s Day come and gone, Gleim would like to honor the teacher to whom we owe decades of success. Dr. Irvin Gleim, Ph.D., CIA, CMA, CFM, CPA, founded Gleim CPA Review in 1974 after writing one of the first CPA review books. Since then, he has enabled Gleim to help millions of accounting...
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How to register for the CPA exam
Deciding to take the CPA Exam is a great career move for accountants, as the benefits of becoming a CPA prove. However, when you’re ready to take the CPA Exam, how do you get started? First, you need to become knowledgeable about the CPA Exam. Then, you need to use this information to complete your...
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CPA testing site closures due to weather
When you wake up on exam day, one of the last things on your mind may be the first thing to keep you from taking the CPA Exam: the weather. No matter the time of year, bad weather can whip up and jeopardize your testing appointment despite all of your preparations. While you can’t know...
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2017 CPA exam pass rates
With the launch of a new CPA Exam version and a delayed score release, 2017 was a momentous period in CPA Exam history, and the release of the Q4 2017 CPA Exam pass rates adds yet another significant event to this year’s timeline. The last batch of pass rates provides additional information about the latest...
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NASBA new experience verification service for CPA
The journey to becoming a CPA involves meeting several requirements for licensure, one of which is the experience requirement. While this requirement differs depending on the jurisdiction involved, the majority of state boards expect CPA candidates to complete 1-2 years of work in public accounting, and this work must be verified by a CPA. Until...
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Score release dates for 2018 CPA exam
When it comes to the CPA Exam score release, 2017 has been an interesting year. The release of the CPA Exam scores for each quarter has not progressed as normal due to some significant exam changes, but the AICPA’s recent announcement of the 2018 CPA Exam score release dates indicates that the score release anomaly...
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