Best CPA Review Course

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    Jillian
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    I tried two years ago with Becker online class and wasn't able to pass the exams. I want to try again but I'm not sure if I should invest in Becker again (being it's so expensive). Can anyone give me some advice on which review courses they used and what worked for them. Thanks!!

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    Givemesleep
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    Use Roger as your main course and supplement with Ninja audio and notes. As you get closer do all Aicpa released questions. Study every day 7 days a week. Same times each day.

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    Givemesleep
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    Use Roger as your main course and supplement with Ninja audio and notes. As you get closer do all Aicpa released questions. Study every day 7 days a week. Same times each day.

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    Sportiegrl13
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    Definitely get Roger! His lectures are fun and enjoyable to watch. I improved my score by 24 POINTS (yeah, I did TERRIBLE the first time I took AUD) using him rather than the other study materials I was using. I am a very visual person, so with Roger's memory aids the material really hits home and STICKS! I actually understand the material this time around!!! ROGER all the way!

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    Sportiegrl13
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    Definitely get Roger! His lectures are fun and enjoyable to watch. I improved my score by 24 POINTS (yeah, I did TERRIBLE the first time I took AUD) using him rather than the other study materials I was using. I am a very visual person, so with Roger's memory aids the material really hits home and STICKS! I actually understand the material this time around!!! ROGER all the way!

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    Jillian
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    Thanks so much for your responses!!

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    Jillian
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    Thanks so much for your responses!!

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    Sportiegrl13
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    You can YouTube some of his lectures to get a feel for his teaching style. He talks fast, so it took me a little bit to get use to that. So, I tend to push stop and play A LOT, so I can take notes. His website also has several video clips as well, maybe start there! I don't think you would be disappointed. Plus, he has a discount if you prove you tried another course. You have to email a copy of the receipt and then they will associate your email address to your future Roger account and put the “fresh start” discount towards your order.

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    Sportiegrl13
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    You can YouTube some of his lectures to get a feel for his teaching style. He talks fast, so it took me a little bit to get use to that. So, I tend to push stop and play A LOT, so I can take notes. His website also has several video clips as well, maybe start there! I don't think you would be disappointed. Plus, he has a discount if you prove you tried another course. You have to email a copy of the receipt and then they will associate your email address to your future Roger account and put the “fresh start” discount towards your order.

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    Kenada
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    I would say Roger too. I started with Becker and felt lost. I then tried Rogers and feel like the material makes so much Sense. I passed BEC with him on the first try.. AUD I improved my scores with him but I have to say AUD is my nemesis LOL. I do well in MCq's and the SIM just kill me. Looks like me and many others have this SIM phobia issue.

    I would agree with Sportgirl – go on your tube. Watch a sample of his Video and decided if you like his teaching style. He does have promo on this review courses.

    Infact he does have a discount for anyone that used another review course and is now switching to his. All you need is proof of purchase of the previous review course. Also you don't have to buy all four parts (its cheaper if you did) but you don't have too.

    Hope this helps..

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    Kenada
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    I would say Roger too. I started with Becker and felt lost. I then tried Rogers and feel like the material makes so much Sense. I passed BEC with him on the first try.. AUD I improved my scores with him but I have to say AUD is my nemesis LOL. I do well in MCq's and the SIM just kill me. Looks like me and many others have this SIM phobia issue.

    I would agree with Sportgirl – go on your tube. Watch a sample of his Video and decided if you like his teaching style. He does have promo on this review courses.

    Infact he does have a discount for anyone that used another review course and is now switching to his. All you need is proof of purchase of the previous review course. Also you don't have to buy all four parts (its cheaper if you did) but you don't have too.

    Hope this helps..

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    Sportiegrl13
    Member

    I would suggest not buying all 4 parts… I have done that in the past and ended up not using a couple of them because I didn't like the study method they used. This time around I just purchased AUD, trying to pass it before moving onto the next section. I am certain I will buy Roger again for REG (the next test I plan on studying for).

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    Sportiegrl13
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    I would suggest not buying all 4 parts… I have done that in the past and ended up not using a couple of them because I didn't like the study method they used. This time around I just purchased AUD, trying to pass it before moving onto the next section. I am certain I will buy Roger again for REG (the next test I plan on studying for).

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