CMA study material

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  • #195216
    Anonymous
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    Hello Everyone,

    I am new to this forum and need your help.

    I have recently registered for the CMA exams and need your advice. Please suggest the best prep guide to use.And also how much time do I need to prepare for the first part. Currently I am unemployed.

    Rgds

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  • #681779
    CPA CMA
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    I am using Gleim CMA. If you passed CPA already, CMA is not that bad at all. Part 1 is like the combination of FAR, BEC and AUD. Part 2 is the combination of BEC and FAR, finance is heavily tested in this part.

    CPA, CMA

    Master of Professional Accountancy (MPA) 12/17/2014

    BEC 76 (10/3/14)
    FAR 75 (10/24/14)
    REG 83 (4/6/15)
    AUD 75 (4/20/15)
    Anticipated Licensure: August 2016

    CMA part 1 passed (6/15/15)
    CMA part 2 Passed (9/4/15)
    Anticipated Licensure: August 2017

    #681780
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Thanks ,

    I haven't done CPA but have done CFA Level 1 and CFA L2.

    #681781
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    How much time does each part take on average.

    #681782
    mw798
    Member

    On average I would say 2 months for each part.

    #681783
    CPA CMA
    Participant

    If you have done CFA L1 & L2, I would say you will probably find part 2 fairly straight forward which you might want to take part 2 first. A month is enough for each part if you cram.

    CPA, CMA

    Master of Professional Accountancy (MPA) 12/17/2014

    BEC 76 (10/3/14)
    FAR 75 (10/24/14)
    REG 83 (4/6/15)
    AUD 75 (4/20/15)
    Anticipated Licensure: August 2016

    CMA part 1 passed (6/15/15)
    CMA part 2 Passed (9/4/15)
    Anticipated Licensure: August 2017

    #681784
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Thank you

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