The AICPA recommends 300-400 hours of studying to successfully pass the CPA Exam. So how do you determine the right amount of study hours for you? See what the profession’s leading CPA Exam instructor thinks you should take into account when strategizing your study schedule.
Learning Center Category: CPA Exam Basics
The CPA Exam is pass/fail – you either hit the mark or you don’t. But have no fear – you don’t have to be a genius to pass the CPA Exam, but you do have to achieve this score (or higher) to pass!
Just as you would study the content of the CPA Exam, it is also important to know the format, time allotment, testing windows, and topic breakdown for each of the four exams. Familiarize yourself with the ins and outs of the CPA Exam to make sure you are fully prepared for Exam Day.
Do you know all of the strict rules and scheduling guidelines to take the CPA Exam? When preparing to take the CPA Exam, it is not only important to study for the exam, but also to study the process and procedure of how it is given!
Passing the CPA Exam is only one of several requirements you must meet to become certified and obtain your license. Make sure you are on track to becoming a CPA in your state or jurisdiction!
Join Tom Rogowski, CPA, and Senior Business Development Director at Roger CPA Review, as he discusses how to get from point A to point CPA in this webcast.
What does it take to sit for the CPA Exam? While the CPA Exam remains the same worldwide, the requirements vary across each state. Watch the video for more details and visit our CPA State Requirements page for detail.