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So here is my situation. I used GLEIM exclusively and passed BEC, AUD and FAR. Taking REG in 2 weeks. I took the Model exam and got only a 72 score. Feeling a bit nervous. Am I too far off the mark or in a decent position so long as I address the 3-4 weak areas identified in the review of model exam.
My personal experience has been that I score anywhere between 5 to 10 points higher on the actual CPA exam section than the model exam on the previous 3 exams I took.
Is that a fairly common experience or am I too optimistic to take comfort in that. Also in my attempt to stick to the GLEIM schedule, I decided to take the model exam without having reviewed nearly 30% of the study units. May be that was not such a good idea
With REG, I feel like there is so much to remember, I struggled to keep it all straight and that costs me valuable points. I guess I just need to take notes more diligently on those aspects and
I understand I have to put in some focused effort. I did fairly well on the MCQs but lagged considerably in the SIMs. 4 weak areas have been identified and I will sure focus on them. I also plan to do lots MCQs- perhaps double the number on my weak areas, from the question bank over the next two weeks.
Just trying to take a pulse of other that took REG, Should I hit the panic button or just focus on weak areas and review cover to cover in the remaining time I have. I am so close and do not want to let it slip out of my grasp..