Wanted: 500 Volunteers to take Multiple Choice Portion of a Practice BEC Exam

Once again, Roger CPA Review‘s very own, Craig Cuthbert, CPA provides information on the latest and greatest opportunities for CPA Exam Candidates

Attention CPA Exam Candidates: The AICPA is offering an excellent opportunity to put your CPA Exam knowledge to practice, and we don’t think you should pass it up!

The AICPA is seeking 500 volunteers to take 100 sample multiple choice questions (MCQs) in the BEC section of the CPA Exam. This event is part of a study that the AICPA Examinations Team is conducting to improve the item development process. Participants will be given approximately three hours in one sitting to complete the 100 multiple choice questions (4 testlets of 25 MCQs). Those accepted will answer the questions from home using their personal computers and online connection.

Although answers will not be scored, participants will receive an immediate performance report that is a raw score of predicted correct responses. Additionally, the BEC questions tested during this process will never appear on the actual CPA Exam; however, they are quite similar to what the participant will see when taking BEC.

Consider this an excellent hands-on opportunity to experience the MCQ portion of the CPA Exams, while receiving genuine, professional feedback on where you stand in BEC.

If you are interested in participating, apply through the link below. From there, you will be taken to a short survey, which is designed to assist the Exams Team in determining eligibility for the study. This is to ensure the population of participants is a diverse set of potential testers.

Candidates who are selected will receive an e-mail with event details in May. Participants will then take the test at their leisure during a specified time period in June 2011.

Click HERE to Apply:

-Craig Cuthbert, CPA

Minimum System Requirements
Windows XP (32 bit) all service packs, Windows Vista (32 and 64 bit) all service packs, or Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit)
Internet Explorer 6, 7, and 8
1024 x 768 resolution
56k Dialup or better (high speed broadband is recommended)

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