Official I Passed FAR Thread - Page 27

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    CH89
    Participant

    I passed FAR! 2 down, 2 to go!

    AUD - 84
    BEC - 82
    FAR - 76
    REG - 79
    What a journey! It took me 12 attempts, do not give up, keep going! Praise God!

    Passed Exams: 8/25/2020

    Licensed in Pa: 11/24/2020

    #2805807
    jeff
    Keymaster

    Bump for Score Release 🙂

    AUD - 79
    BEC - 80
    FAR - 76
    REG - 92
    #2806017
    Elaine
    Participant

    Finally passed on my second attempt with an 82! My first attempt back in September I failed with a 66. I’m so happy to move on from this section. So brutal.

    AUD - 79
    BEC - 87
    FAR - 82
    REG - 89
    I didn’t come this far to only come this far
    #2807829
    thisismyname
    Participant

    LET'S GOOOO!!!!!! I was so afraid I failed FAR I didn't look at my score til now. 85!!!!! I initially thought I saw a 65 and did a double take. This must mean the exam must be REALLY curved, because I flagged 40% of my MCQs to look at later because I wasn't confident in my answer and did not finish a SIM. After getting a 54 and 60 on my Becker mocks I honestly cannot believe I pulled out an 85. This is amazing. Thanks for everyone who gave me encouragement and replied to my questions here, I sincerely appreciate it. One down, three more to go guys! I'm hitting the books hard tomorrow but I am celebrating tonight.

    AUD - NINJA in Training
    BEC - NINJA in Training
    FAR - NINJA in Training
    REG - NINJA in Training
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    jeff
    Keymaster

    Bump for score release 🙂

    AUD - 79
    BEC - 80
    FAR - 76
    REG - 92
    #3309295
    alexandra
    Participant

    I can't believe no one has posted here in so long! I recently passed FAR in August 2021, after trying too many times. A great motivator- the tip that worked for me was keeping a “cheat sheet” of formulas and tricks that were easily accessible when doing MCQs so I wasn't fishing through all my papers and texts to find the formula for COGS, or which way the arrows go for Cash to Accrual formulas. referencing the cheat sheet enough times helped me just remember naturally.

    AUD - 66
    BEC - NINJA in Training
    FAR - 77
    REG - NINJA in Training
    it's your attitude, not your aptitude, that determines your altitude - zig zigler
    #3309322
    shaya.wikler
    Participant

    Congrats Alexandra! Thanks to Roger from UWOrld, I also recently passed. It's an amazing feeling! Make sure that you stay on a high!

    CPA
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    Jay
    Participant

    I just took FAR on 12/31/21 , got my scores last night and I passed on the first try! Studied my ass off for two months straight with Wiley + Ninja. On to REG next! You can do it! This was definitely the hardest I have ever studied for any exam, passing feels extremely rewarding!

    “Challenges make life interesting; overcoming them make life meaningful.”

    AUD – 75

    FAR – 80

    AUD - 75
    BEC - NINJA in Training
    FAR - 80
    REG - NINJA in Training
    "Challenges make life interesting; overcoming them make life meaningful."
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    Jay
    Participant

    “Challenges make life interesting; overcoming them make life meaningful.”

    AUD - 75
    BEC - NINJA in Training
    FAR - 80
    REG - NINJA in Training
    "Challenges make life interesting; overcoming them make life meaningful."
    #3315982
    aegmoogh
    Guest

    I passed FAR with an 88 with only NINJA. At first, I thought I did a mistake by not buying Becker or Wiley or some other name-brand CPA review. None of my friends knew about NINJA review. This was my first exam so it was difficult for me to navigate on how to study but, I finished all the sparring lessons at 1.5x (ty Ninja Mike!). Simultaneously, I would read the chapters as soon as I watched the videos. I did all the MCQs as soon as I finished a topic, selected the challenging ones as favorites. Two weeks out from exam with all the chapters and concepts covered, I started SIMS. One week out, I re-did all the MCQs I previously missed and/or marked as favorites. And did practice exams for the last 3 days, one each day. Relaxed before the exam day and most importantly got to the prometric location one and a half hour before scheduled time (i advise you do the same, or reach at least 45 minutes before).

    In the end, I just believed in myself for all the hardwork I had put in, I came so FAR, and exam-day stress was there but I wasn't gonna let it get me, cus hey I can always give it again. (this attitude has helped me clear 8 professional exams I've given before too!).

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