Is Roger enough for BEC

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    ineedthiscpa45
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    Hello all, I'm scheduled to retake BEC 2/17 & am wondering about if Roger is sufficient enough to pass BEC. Mainly the MCQ. My first two times taking it (74,70) i did great in both the TBS & Written communication but sucked at the MCQ both times. Does anybody have any suggestions as to any other review's that correlate more into what's tested in the MCQ for BEC? Mainly COSO & IT. Any suggestions would be great, thank you.

    BEC - 74, 70, 76 (expired)

    AUD - 67

    REG - N/a

    FAR - N/a"

    #1703146 Reply
    turo9992000
    Participant

    I used Becker for BEC and I felt like the questions on the exam were nothing like Becker. Maybe just some of economic questions. I passed though, so I can't complain.

    AUD - 64, 80 Passed on 10/09/17

    BEC - 75 Passed on 12/09/17

    FAR - 69, 71, 73, 83 Passed on 06/10/18

    REG - 81 Passed on 09/10/17

    #1703152 Reply
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    duno Roger but I used Wiley .. I thought it was really really easy except for the IT portion which is lot of memorization. The rest is a joke.

    #1703158 Reply
    J King
    Participant

    I would like to know this as well for future reference. Recently took FAR only used Roger, no supplement and going to take AUD soon solely using Roger.

    FAR - 65 (Planned rematch on Apr/May 2018 'cuz CalBOA is turtle slow)
    AUD - 2/10/18 (Roger MCQ/TBS, 5 weeks prep) - Pending...
    REG - TBD
    BEC - TBD

    Joshua 1:9

    #1703164 Reply
    CS
    Participant

    I'm using Roger for BEC now, but have NINJA/Gleim MCQs to supplement.

    I've never taken it so I can't attest to how useful Roger BEC is but I assess the course by how well I do on MCQs in NINJA & Gleim. There might be no correlation in that but I figure if I'm able to get through foreign test banks with different questions then I probably have a decent grasp on the material.

    Roger BEC for 2018 has a newly updated/added Section (Section 7 – IT). I was hoping it would suffice but having gone through it, it doesn't seem as crazy as people have mentioned on the exam so I am assuming it may not be sufficient for IT (not necessarily insufficient to pass the exam itself but in terms of purely IT coverage). I've read here that Wiley is good for IT so I will probably jump on that as I get closer to exam day, good luck.

     

     

    #1703169 Reply
    ineedthiscpa45
    Participant

    @JKing i took Audit saturday but i used Roger & Ninja. Only thing i did different was do my initial review with solely Roger, then when it was time for my final review i assessed myself by doing Ninja questions which kept my mind fresh, as oppose to just using roger only & looking over those same questions when it's time for a final review. Definitely will say it made me way more confident and familiar with the MCQ asked on the audit exam. Good luck

    BEC - 74, 70, 76 (expired)

    AUD - 67

    REG - N/a

    FAR - N/a"

    #1705116 Reply
    Hank Scorpio
    Participant

    I used Roger for BEC and passed. His lectures fit my learning style. He will tell you that repetition is key. Go through MCQ 2-3 times.

    AUD - 71, 79
    BEC - 69, 74, 75
    FAR - 71, 74, 80
    REG - 74, 78
    #1705153 Reply
    TommyTheCat
    Participant

    i only used roger, no other supplements and i felt more than prepared for all sections. Good luck to you. Best 2k i've ever spent so far

    AUD - 85
    BEC - 89
    FAR - 91
    REG - 97
    #1705387 Reply
    Stilgoin
    Participant

    I think NINJA is enough for BEC. Master’s level Finance is really what made me pass BEC, but I also studied for 2 weeks with Becker before the exam.

    Stilgoin, CPA

    There are enough critics. Be an encourager

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