Roger Cram Course

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  • #1635407 Reply
    CPADreams
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    Hi….looking for reviews on Roger's Cram Course. Failed FAR With a 58 using Becker and doing a couple Ninja MCQs (not enough :(). I was thinking about shooting for a FAR retake in December after I tackle REG in November….possible to secure a pass with the cram course and Ninja MCQs?

    B - Q2 2018

    A - Q1 2018

    R - Q3 - 2018

    F - 58 🙁

    #1635481 Reply
    Finally_a_CPA
    Participant

    I got a free REG cram course from Roger that I never really used. Mostly because I didn't have the time or need since I felt fairly confident about REG.

    However, I did glance at it and didn't like it it doesn't really seem like a “cram” course because the book was almost as thick as the regular book. The cram lecture videos were probably only a couple of hours shorter than the originals.

    AUD - 75
    BEC - 78
    FAR - 81
    REG - 92
    "If you study, you will pass" - Roger
    #1635608 Reply
    Mary Ann
    Participant

    I purchased the FAR cram course and it wasn't much different than the regular course. The textbook was almost the same with some topics left out. Videos were the same length.

    #1636114 Reply
    panic
    Participant

    I was considering this too. For a FAR retake in Q4, instead of going back through Becker.

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    #1636138 Reply
    Lucy15
    Participant

    I used Roger's cram for my third attempt at REG and I thought it was very helpful. I just found out I failed FAR with a 71 and ordered his cram for my retake. I think he does a good job of helping me focus on the basics, whereas I get lost in all the details Wiley provides. He's also as entertaining of an instructor as you can get, which helps me focus better.

    BEC - 77
    REG - 73, 72, 80
    AUD - 68, 85
    FAR - 71, 79
    #1636154 Reply
    panic
    Participant

    @lucy15 how long does it usually take to get through the cram material? I know it depends on the person & their speed, but I am wondering bc if there is a lot of material in the cram, i'd might as well go back through my becker book. But if it is a good cram & covers the main things, I might check it out. I just signed up for the free 2 day trial, but it doesn't let me access the cram

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    #1636198 Reply
    Lucy15
    Participant

    I think I took two weeks to do the REG cram, but I was working full time and also still utilizing Wiley's test bank, so I don't think it needed to take that long.

    For FAR I'm planning on 2.5 weeks while throwing in some Ninja Notes and MCQ along the way.

    BEC - 77
    REG - 73, 72, 80
    AUD - 68, 85
    FAR - 71, 79
    #1636220 Reply
    Superdude3000
    Participant

    His crams help cement the major topics but they are essentially just a shortened ‘regular' course.

    REG - 92 (1/17)

    BEC - 82 (2/17)

    AUD - 89 (5/17)

    FAR - 94 (9/17)

    Rogers Elite + Becker mcqs/sims for all 4 exams

    WA State Ethics Exam - 83, 83, 90 (9/17)

    AICPA Ethics Exam - 95 (9/17)

    1-year of work - complete (11/18)

    Licensed WA State CPA

    #1636415 Reply
    panic
    Participant

    @lucy15 do you think I should consider that? If I am trying to retake in a few wks, will I get through the cram? Also, still will use Becker for the MC. Just think it's difficult going through Becker again. But idk.. roger's cram is pretty expensive, and Idk much about it. Glad to hear that you are using that.



    @superdude3000
    might not be a bad idea if I am trying to get through it quicker

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    #1636480 Reply
    CPADreams
    Participant

    Thanks for the responses. Panic@now I was also looking at the cost of Roger's Cram …. may just go with Becker Final Review as it is half the cost. Has anyone used it ?

    B - Q2 2018

    A - Q1 2018

    R - Q3 - 2018

    F - 58 🙁

    #1636538 Reply
    Lucy15
    Participant

    @panic I haven't gone through the FAR cram yet, only REG, so I don't know exactly how long it would take. I like using them because it can be helpful to have the information presented in a different way, and he can keep my attention unlike the Wiley professors. That being said, I don't think his crams are magical or the only way to pass a retake. It all depends on your learning style, budget, time frame, and overall dedication. Good luck 🙂

    BEC - 77
    REG - 73, 72, 80
    AUD - 68, 85
    FAR - 71, 79
    #1684078 Reply
    drcpa
    Participant

    Hey Guys,

    Can i use roger cram as main course with Ninja MCQ as a supplement

    is this a successful plan for far

    Thanks

    AUD - NINJA in Training
    BEC - NINJA in Training
    FAR - 72
    REG - NINJA in Training
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