You Can Pass the CPA Exam: Get Motivated!
Each year, over 120,000 CPA exam candidates continue to attempt to pass the CPA exam. It is a stressful event in the life of an accountant, and the stress goes beyond just the knowledge and the exam itself because of the high percentage (85%), of first time students who fail. This book discusses what really happens at the CPA exam and how the candidate can better control the outcome. It provides the expert guidance on the techniques needed to pass today's CPA exam.
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14 Revising Your Personal Study Plan
15 How Will I Ever Pass? Practice Makes Perfect
16 The Art of Auditing and Attestation
17 Financial Accounting and Reporting Tough It Out
18 Regulation The RuleOriented Section
19 Business Environment and Concepts Its New Its Different
20 Surviving the Prometric Experience
21 Nerves of Steel
8 The Simulation Component No Fear Its Here
9 The Research Component How Many Hits?
10 CPA Exam Grading
11 Developing Your Personal Study Plan
12 Study Strategies to Improve Your Memory
13 Coping with Family Friends and Coworkers
22 Time Management
23 Its Show Time
24 The Waiting Game
25 Regrouping after an Unsuccessful Attempt
26 CongratulationsYou Are a CPA
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Page 12 - A. Determine nature and scope of engagement 1. Auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America (GAAS) 2. Standards for accounting and review services 3. Standards for attestation engagements 4. Compliance auditing applicable to governmental entities and other recipients of governmental financial assistance 5. Other assurance services 6. Appropriateness of engagement to meet client's needs B. Assess engagement risk and the CPA firm's ability to perform the engagement 1. Engagement...