CPA Audit best study material

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    smita patil
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    I have been studying Auditing by using Roger's books and finished the book , then i bought Wiley test bank but my score was n't that great around 50 % . I want to know if i am using wrong material to study or should i go back and study more ?

    I am studying Auditing for the first time .

    #753057 Reply
    mystical guy
    Member

    Rather than buying more text books to study, I would advise you to practice more questions. You can buy another test bank, whatever your choice is, and attempt at least 100 questions from each topic. All these multiple choice exams are the same – the more you practice, the better you get. But you also need to take notes from the questions you fail.

    #753058 Reply
    hasy
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    These are rumors… but I have been told the Roger's does a very good explaining AUD. I think that's normal. I mixed Roger and WTB for questions for BEC and it was hard. I'm dying right now from FAR questions. But totally agree with above poster, keep doing questions. That's the only way to learn.

    AUD - 83
    BEC - 80
    FAR - 83
    REG - 78
    BEC - 80 (Roger + NINJA MCQ + WTB)

    FAR - 72; 83 (Roger + NINJA MCQ)

    AUD - 83 (Roger + NINJA MCQ + WTB)

    REG - 52; 78 (Roger + NINJA MCQ)

    Ethics - 68, 96 (how I dislike you)
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    #753059 Reply
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    50% first time getting into the questions isn't that bad. If you get several hundred questions in and are still around 50% I'd be worried, but not yet. If you notice that certain areas are remaining weak areas, go review that section in the book, but otherwise sounds like you're doing pretty good.

    Wiley and Roger are the two I've heard acclaimed most for AUD specifically, so given you're combining the two of them I'd say you're in pretty good shape! (Roger used to use Wiley's book once upon a time – he doesn't anymore [if memory serves me right…], but I imagine his is still fairly similar…)

    #753060 Reply
    hasy
    Participant

    Coming off what Lilla said, Roger's once used Wiley Test Banks, but no more. However, his current test bank is still lacking, I'd use another, like NINJA.

    AUD - 83
    BEC - 80
    FAR - 83
    REG - 78
    BEC - 80 (Roger + NINJA MCQ + WTB)

    FAR - 72; 83 (Roger + NINJA MCQ)

    AUD - 83 (Roger + NINJA MCQ + WTB)

    REG - 52; 78 (Roger + NINJA MCQ)

    Ethics - 68, 96 (how I dislike you)
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    This forum is more addictive than drugs. Still returning after licensure.

    #753061 Reply
    smita patil
    Participant

    How to retain all the Audit material and apply in Audit exam ? what study method to use ?

    #753062 Reply
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Are you watching Roger's lectures? I get a lot more out of the videos than I do reading. I would also recommend the Ninja notes & MCQ. Re-writing the notes and drilling away at the MCQ helped point at my weak areas. Once I knew where I was struggling I went back to the topics in the Roger material and really dug in to make sure I really understood the topic.

    #753063 Reply
    Tscape16
    Participant

    Practice makes perfect. The trick to Audit questions are to know where you are in the engagement and what type of engagement you are doing. As said before, practice, practice, practice, is the only way to get it down.

    AUD - 92
    BEC - 86
    FAR - 90
    REG - 82
    Licensed CPA since 2015.
    #753064 Reply
    smita patil
    Participant

    Thank you very much all . It feels so nice to share study problems and get tips .

    #753065 Reply
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Hi everyone,

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