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CPA Exam Blueprints
Like an architect creating a skyscraper, the AICPA builds the CPA Exam using blueprints. These Blueprints are a series of accounting tasks, organized by topics, that a newly licensed CPA should know how to complete. The AICPA uses these tasks as a basis for all CPA Exam questions. In this article, we’ll help you become...
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cpa exam changes 2018
In case you missed it, the CPA Exam changed on April 1, 2018. The AICPA launched a new version of the exam that includes major modifications to the design and functionality. The exam will also experience content changes in 2018. If you feel out of the loop and have questions about the exam changes, don’t...
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2018 cpa exam pass rates
Right before the new 2018 CPA Exam version launches, the AICPA has released the final set of pass rates from the old CPA Exam version. The latest passing data can help us understand how the new exam version will affect candidate performance, so we’ve analyzed the 2018 CPA Exam pass rates and compared them to...
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cpa for international candidates
Though the CPA is an American-based certification, the benefits of the CPA for international students are significant enough that thousands of international candidates sit for the CPA Exam each year at testing centers around the globe. Our CPA experts have researched the numerous advantages of the CPA and have laid out below the top reasons...
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how to schedule the cpa exam
Whether you’re a procrastinator or a planner, all CPA candidates must schedule testing dates for all four CPA Exam sections. To complete this important step, you need to know how to schedule the CPA Exam. By scheduling the CPA Exam you get to pick your own test dates; however, you may not know where to...
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pcaob auditing standard
As authoritative accounting and auditing pronouncements are amended, the CPA Exam adapts to those amendments. These changes can influence your CPA Exam schedule. Gleim CPA is here to update you with the latest pronouncement news. The AICPA recently addressed a new PCAOB auditing standard, so keep reading to learn more about the standard, its testing...
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Attention, CPA candidates! Between February 17 and March 4, 2018, you will not be able to receive, print, reprint, or pay for your NTS. NASBA is updating the system through which it issues the Notice to Schedule (NTS), a necessary document for scheduling and taking any section of the CPA Exam. What does this mean...
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new cpa exam blueprints
The AICPA has released a new set of CPA Exam Blueprints. While the new blueprints won’t be effective until Q3 2018, there are some important changes that will become testable and will appear in Gleim review materials beginning in Q2. Keep reading to learn all about the new CPA Exam Blueprints and the influence they’ll...
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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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