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How to Pay for the CPA Exam


If you’ve already begun your CPA journey, then you probably already know that preparing and sitting for the CPA isn’t inexpensive. Between application fees and study materials, it starts to add up fast. Here are a few tips to make your CPA Exam process more affordable.

Scheduling to Save

Every time you apply to sit for any part of the CPA Exam, it costs money. For each CPA Exam application, you can apply to sit for as many of the exam sections as you want, but they have to be taken in the same 6 month period. However, if you know your ideal schedule and timing of sitting for your exams, you can easily split your tests up into two applications and save yourself $150.

Be Ready the First Time

One of the best ways to keep costs down throughout your CPA certification process is to pass your exams the first time around. There’s no way around it: the more times you sit for a test, the more it costs. So, the best way to spare yourself from those added costs is to be as prepared as possible the first time around. If that ship has already sailed and you’re already on your second try or beyond, the principle holds true. Let the next time be the last time, and save yourself the cost of more attempts.

Choose the Right Review Course

The best way to make sure that you’re prepared is to study with a CPA Review Course. But be careful to choose the course that is best for you. Do your research before you commit to a course – or any type of study materials for that matter – to make sure that your investment will pay off. It’s no coincidence that 94% of students who choose UWorld Rogers CPA Review to pass their CPA Exam. Our course has all of the lectures, practice questions, flashcards, and other study tools to help you be successful no matter your learning style. And, with SmartPath Technology, you’ll get a personalized study plan that uses real-world data to determine what information and questions are the most important for CPA candidates to master before their exam. We’re confident that if you choose Uworld Roger CPA Review, you can join that 94%.

Get Started with a 7-Day Free Trial

Choosing a CPA Review course is a big investment of both time and money. Make sure you choose one that’s right for you. Try our course for free for 7 days, and you’ll experience the UWorld Roger CPA Review difference—where quality is what separates us from the rest.
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Discounts, Financing, and Partnerships

UWorld Roger CPA Review offers several different types of discounts. For example, if you’ve tried another review course that didn’t work for you, you can save up to $1800 on a fresh start. If this is your first time studying for your CPA Exam, check with your employer to see if they are one of the hundreds that partner with us to provide their employees with special rates and discounts. Lastly, you can always split up the bill into manageable monthly payments through our partnership with Affirm.

No matter what your financial situation, there’s always a solution for you when you partner with UWorld Roger CPA Review.

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