Best CPA exam prep curriculum for someone out of college 7 years? - Page 2

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    MobyDick
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    I finished my undergrad in 2000. I also have an MIS. HIGHLY recommend Becker. Passed all 4 parts first shot.

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    Zuly
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    I'm currently studying with Roger and he definitely teaches the concepts as though you haven't seen them before especially those harder ones like pensions, bonds, etc. He's highly entertaining and quirky. If you want that “teaching” style then Roger is your guy. Most of us here will attest that the NINJA products are excellent so you can definitely supplement with NINJA, especially MCQs. Like others have said it really depends on your learning style. If I were you I would check out some demos to help you make your decision. Good luck!

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    NicoleL
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    I was out of school for 20 years and passed all exams on the first try with Becker. I had never seen anything related to IFRS in work or college and hadn't dealt with Pensions or Econ, among others, since college. I was definitely able to learn with Becker (but it was incredibly boring).

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