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    I am sorry if this question had been posted in the past. For those that passed REG, is it okay to just work through the Blaw MCQs for review and still pass?

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    I just took the exam this past weekend and you should review the CPA exam blueprint. The Blaw section comprises a small percentage of the exam compared to the heavy-hitting things like corporate taxation, partnerships, and individual taxes. Spend more time on that first. Also, spend time on the SIMS.

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    Thank you fsugirl2005, this is very helpful!


    I pulled bus law mcq’s in with other sections instead of studying bus law as its own section. You need to study it because answering those questions correctly will add points to your overall score. Taking shortcuts and skipping sections can lead to a fail. Why risk it?

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    The course I took, the instructor's saying was…
    You can pass REG without law, but you'll never pass without tax.
    I made sure to do a good sampling of the law questions (I think I hit every question once), and hit those sections so I had a general grasp of the material, but I spent most of my time in tax, and really drilled down on the concepts in tax that I was struggling with.

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    I believe you need to be prepared for business law simulations in order to pass REG.

    Why gamble that your exam won't happen to have them? You might get something more difficult instead. Like one poster said, taking shortcuts can lead to a fail.

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