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This week brings the third installment in our series on poor study habits that candidates should avoid while preparing for the EA exam. Food for Thought Explanation: Eating a lot of food before or during study periods can disrupt retention of study material. The digestion process can cause drowsiness. Fix: Avoid large meals immediately before...
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This week, we present the second installment in our series on poor study habits. Remember, once a habit forms, it is difficult to break. Pay attention to the habits in this series so you know what to avoid picking up from start to finish. Environmental Concerns Explanation: An uncomfortable study environment can prevent you from...
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Our top priority is that you pass the EA exam on the first attempt. As a result, we have created the new Gleim EA Practice Exam. The Practice Exam is 3.5 hours long and contains 100 multiple-choice questions, just like the actual EA exam. Therefore, it tests you not only on the content you have...
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Normally, this section offers successful study tips to ensure that you pass the EA exam on your first attempt. This week, however, begins a series in which we point out some poor study habits which you should avoid picking up from start to finish. Music’s in the Air Explanation: Loud noises and music can interfere...
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It is important to remind EA Exam candidates that sometimes you have to make small sacrifices to get what you want. The last few weeks, I suggested small sacrifices you can make to help find more time to study for the EA Exam. This week during your lunch break, study for the exam instead of...
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Small Sacrifices – Part 2 Last week we discussed how spending hours studying for your EA Exam is a small price to pay for the benefits you will reap once you pass. I suggested sacrificing your favorite talk show or music on your commute for the Gleim Audio Reviews to help reinforce the material. This...
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Small Sacrifices Anyone working in the accounting field knows, sometimes you have to make small sacrifices to get what you want. Spending hours studying for your EA Exam is a small price to pay for the benefits you will reap once you pass. Sacrifice your favorite music or talk show on your commute to work...
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Visit Gleim at the National Association of Enrolled Agents Conference in Las Vegas The 2012 National Association of Enrolled Agents is being held in Las Vegas this week. Stop by the Gleim booth August 5-7 to register for your chance to win either a Gleim Review System (for the exam of your choosing) or a...
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Question: Do I have to sit for all three parts in the same 10-month testing window? Answer: No. Candidates can sign up for the exam one part at a time. Candidates who pass a part of the exam can carry over passing scores for up to two years from the date the candidate took the...
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