Which CPA review course offers the best text book?

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    kyle.brown
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    Which CPA review course offers the best text book? I learn best from reading material, i have CPAExcel now but was wondering what everyone thinks is the best review text out there. If i have to take FAR again i was thinking about getting a different book.

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    sweetmoon
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    I am like you and I thought a good reading material is a must. I used Gleim for all my exams and that was more than enough for my preparations. I havent used any other so i dont know if anything else is better. But Gleim books are like Encyclopedia and you would never regret you missed anything.

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    Anonymous
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    I used the Wiley books when they were independent, and would highly recommend them. I think they're now the material used for CPAExcel, not sure if they have been modified much or not…but if they're still the same, then they are extremely comprehensive.

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    Anonymous
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    Becker is very clean, but I was able to get them because work paid for it. If you're on a budget just go with Ninja. Jeff seriously gives the best bang for your buck. If you need hard copy see if you can get used Becker books on ebay.

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    Anonymous
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    Sorry to hijack this thread but with no malice, I'd like to know @Dunkin what strategies did you use to score 75 from 68 for BEC?

    Thanks!

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