Before you begin your studies, create a study schedule and strategy. Creating a study schedule will help you stay consistent, and implementing a study strategy will make your study sessions more effective. Neither of these needs to be absolute. If something isn’t working in your plan, figure out why it’s not working and change it.
Once you’ve developed your study plan, use these tips to achieve your goals:
All of the questions on the Enrolled Agent exam are multiple-choice. Candidates should not only know the topics, but also implement test-taking strategies that can help them select the best answer.
Once you have studied for the Enrolled Agent exam and scheduled your exam, we have a few tips to help ensure your success on exam day.
After weeks of studying, getting the “Pass” result is a huge relief. Whether it is your first exam or your last, you should celebrate your achievement!
If you do have more exams, use the momentum you have created and don’t spend too much time celebrating. The sooner you pick your study routine back up the easier studying for the next part will be.
Once you have passed all of your exams, don’t wait to file Form 23 to officially enroll as an Enrolled Agent. As soon as you are enrolled, you can begin earning your Continuing Education (CE) hours. Check out our CE bundles specifically designed for Enrolled Agents!