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I am still unsure, which review should I choose.
1) Gleim – MAYBE, but I am afraid of overwhelming material. No mobile version, only flash cards in the most expensive.
2) Roger – MAYBE, but I don’t like his book. I think it focuses on memorizing instead of on explaining.
3) Wiley – YES??? It looks quite perfect for me, but it’s expensive (I just missed a huge discount) and it doesn’t have audio, which you can download and listen to while driving.
4) Yaeger – NO – Their books look like short notes, too less exercises and I don’t like his accent (I’m not an English native speaker, so it’s important for me). It seems too be not enough.
5) Surgent – NO – I don’t trust this system.
6) Becker – NO – Great, but too expensive.
[I can be wrong I saw only trial versions of these courses.)
I’m very surprised because a lot of people say that Wiley doesn’t have too much explanation in books, but I think it and Becker have the most complete books.
I studied accounting, but not in the U.S., so I need explanations. The most important for me is a printed book with a lot of information which I need. I would also like to have mobile version and audio>/b>. I want to trust one review and focus on it, I don’t want to have any supplement. Any advice?
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