Possible to pass FAR with Ninja only?

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    Chloe
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    Hi,

    I have passed FAR in 2017 but it has been expired. I used Roger CPA plus Ninja back then and now, the course is pretty expensive with a crazy shipping fee for the book ($130 lol)
    I am wondering if anybody passed FAR using only Ninja? I think I could pass it thanks to Ninja MCQs.
    Any suggestions? I just feel nervous using Ninja as my main review course.
    Thanks.

    AUD - 81

    BEC - 76

    FAR - 75 (expired), 76

    REG - 77

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    I passed FAR using Ninja only. I actually used NINJA only to pass all four parts of the exam. It worked for me because I learn better by reading and lectures aren't as much of a help for me. I pretty much followed the Ninja framework to a T except for when I studied for BEC. The value you get with Ninja can't be beat.

    AUD - 88
    BEC - 81
    FAR - 81
    REG - 77
    I'm not superstitious, but I am a little stitious.
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    a_baker7
    Participant

    I passed all four only using Ninja.

    BEC and AUD -MCQ and Audio only
    FAR and REG – MCQ, Audio and Videos while on treadmill.

    B: 80 (May 2018)

    A: 77 (Sep 2018)

    R: 70 (Dec 2018), 81 (Jun 2019)

    F: 67 (Sep 2019), 83 (Nov 2019)

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    Steven
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    I passed all 4 exams using only Ninja, and I was able to get through all of them remarkably quickly in about ~4-5 months. I had previously used Wiley before about 2 years ago and failed FAR (68). Then life got in the way and I just gave up for a while. But getting back into it, I decided I wanted to go with Ninja, focus almost exclusively on MCQs and hope for the best. I work a busy full time job, and I refuse even when studying to not have a good dinner and a full night of sleep. The Ninja way is the ONLY way that works. I maintained my normal balanced lifestyle, just traded TV time for Ninja MCQs either on my phone or my laptop (which meant I could still hang out with my partner in bed, but just ignore the TV). I chugged along doing about 1.5-2 hours of MCQs every night across those ~4-5 months with few exceptions, and then maybe more like 4-5 hours on weekends. Passed every exam one right after the other. Thank you so much Jeff. These other programs on the market are great and all, but you end up spending WAYYY more time and honing in mastery on inane details that don't matter. Jeff's MCQ bank and explanations are incredibly effective, and I truly can't believe I was so successful in such little time. Jeff, cheers to you sir. Thank you so much. Sincerely.

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    ml25
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    I think it is possible. I bought NINJA for my FAR retake (I used Wiley and NINJA). I feel like I would not have passed without the NINJA plus videos and MCQ. I got a good base knowledge from wiley but FAR has so much information that NINJA breaks it up more and makes it less intimidating.

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