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One CPA candidate had this to say about the Prometric testing centers: “Each Prometric testing center is different, so you can eliminate surprises by calling the test center directly. Tell them you are a new CPA candidate and haven’t been to the site, and GET CLEAR DIRECTIONS! Even better, drive there a few weeks before...
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Good news regarding the CPA exam registration process. Though some candidates report difficulty registrering for the CPA exam, other candidates had no trouble at all. One candidate had this to say about the registration process: “I felt it went nice and smooth. I was able to register with no problems and it was very easy....
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This CPA Prep Tip concerns doing your best on the exam. The CPA exam is more important than any test that you have taken in college or elsewhere. It will probably be the most important exam that you will ever take. You have probably taken tests after which you thought you could have done better....
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Question: How can I get the spreadsheet function in the simulations to accept simple formulas, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division? Answer: You can perform simple functions, such as add and multiply, by inserting an equal sign [ = ] before the text in a cell. You can invoke advanced functions, such as the...
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One CPA candidate had this to say about the CPA exam: “I took the Audit section and completed all of your 20 study units passing each with greater than 75%. Just prior to the exam I spent a few days refreshing with your CPA test prep software taking lots of m.c. tests and then any...
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This CPA Prep Tip concerns Gleim’s CPA Review technical support e-mail service. Gleim will respond to any questions that you have about the CPA exam and the Gleim study materials throughout your exam preparation. E-mail Gleim at cpa@gleim.com. Gleim also solicits your evaluations, suggestions, and criticisms about any part of the Gleim CPA review series,...
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Plan to arrive at the Prometric testing site at least 30 minutes early. If you are late for your testing appointment you may not be admitted. You never know what delays you may encounter en route. One candidate said that he was pulled over by a police officer for speeding on the way to the...
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According to feedback from CPA candidates, computer problems during the computerized CPA exam continue to occur, though less frequently. During the examination, report any issues to the Test Center Administrator (TCA). If you encounter a problem in a simulation, be sure to identify the TAB in which it occurred. If you identify possible errors in...
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Here’s what a candidate said who had a computer problem on more than one section of the CPA exam: “There was a problem with the exam. I thought that computer problems were supposed to be rare, but I had another one. About 2 hours into the test, there was a power surge and everyone in...
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