Author: Angie Brown

Managing Stress on the CPA Exam

There is no denying that studying for the CPA Exam is an inherently stressful experience. One cannot completely eliminate that stress, and it probably wouldn’t be a good idea to do so because stress can be a motivator, but you don’t want the time you spend studying to be the worst experience of...


AICPA 2017 CPA Exam Changes

Thanks for joining in everyone! In this brief video I break down the latest and final changes on the 2017 CPA Exam from the AICPA. For more information than this brief overview, be sure to tune into my free webinar on 4/13 which discusses all the changes in detail and how they will affect you....


I Didn't Pass the CPA Exam, Now What?

There is nothing more discouraging than spending weeks or even months studying for a section of the CPA Exam, only to find out you didn’t pass. Although a small percentage of CPA Exam candidates pass every exam on the first try, the vast majority of candidates have to retake at least one exam. In...


How to Master Research Questions

Since 2004, the CPA Exam has included research questions that require information found in the authoritative literature associated with three of the examination sections— the AUD, FAR, and REG. The skills required to search and synthesize information from an accounting reference are similar to a...