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June 2012 Blog Posts (11)



It has been a while since I have posted.  I took a break from studying and went on vacation. I have since been indefinitely delayed in my return to home, due to a sick family member in Alabama.

I have decided to try and study while here.  I am glad I am using Roger, because I can study anywhere there is…


Added by Tana Fuller on June 26, 2012 at 8:30am — No Comments

Recent Grads: Top 3 Tips to Catapult your CPA Career

As graduation ceremonies come to an end, and the last cap hits the gymnasium floor, it’s an aspiring CPA’s cue to hit something else: their CPA.  Tune in below for our Top 3 Tips to catapult your CPA career post-graduation.…


Added by Roger Philipp on June 21, 2012 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Top 6 Tips to Outsmart Vacation

While your friends and family jet off for a long-weekend getaway to Tahoe or the Hamptons, you’ll be cooped up and curled up with your CPA Review material inside. Alone. Before you start feeling all bummed, however, many-a-CPA-candidate have forfeited this long, luxurious weekend in the name of the CPA Exam. Tune in below to our Top 3 Tips to Outsmart Vacation for CPA wannabes that kicked their weekend plans to the curb.

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Added by Roger Philipp on June 21, 2012 at 3:00pm — No Comments

Scores Released = Happy Roger CPA Review Students!

Each score release, there’s no sweeter sound than the ding of an incoming email signifying the promise of another student testimonial! We’re so grateful for our wonderful students who have provided insightful testimonials accounting their experience with their Roger CPA Review course. Cue the “Chariots of Fire” and go nab some tissues…these ones are real tear jerkers!…


Added by Roger Philipp on June 21, 2012 at 3:00pm — No Comments

NASBA: Score Release Timeline for the July/August (Q3) and October/November (Q4) Testing Windows

VIA NASBA: Score Release Timeline for the July/August (Q3) and October/November (Q4) testing windows

CPA Examination Candidate:

Effective with the October/November 2011 testing window, scores will be reported with more predictability and frequency than the pre-CBT-e score release schedule. The timetable below is for the second half of 2012 to help candidates plan their testing schedule.

Scores for the Uniform CPA…


Added by CPA Exam Club on June 18, 2012 at 6:00am — 5 Comments

Finally got results...

I cannot believe that my score took so long to post on NASBA.  I kept checking all morning, but I had to leave for an appointment at 10:45 am. I was able to check e-mail but not check NASBA for the score until after 7 pm. I was home before that, but wanted to eat, because if I didn’t pass, I knew I wouldn’t eat for a while.  After dinner, I checked my score and ……  I passed.

My score was lower than expected.  I thought it would have been in the 90’s, but as long as it was 75 or…


Added by Tana Fuller on June 10, 2012 at 6:00pm — No Comments

The Research Review Method



Added by Dana Bell on June 10, 2012 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Anticipating AUD test results

I have been too busy to be anxious about the exam results.  With my study schedule, and family responsibility, I had ignored the house, so I had deep cleaning to do before my husband’s homecoming.  After he got back I have been helping prepare my mom to move.  I have been on the go and not even thinking about the CPA exam results until tonight.  The house is clean, my husband is home and I have done all that I can to move mom until moving day.  Now I have a bunch of butterflies living in my…


Added by Tana Fuller on June 10, 2012 at 4:30pm — No Comments

Guest Blogger Megan: Wait for it - A Lesson in Delayed Gratification

Megan shares with us the trials and triumphs of CPA Exam preparation, all from the perspective of a non-accounting major. She currently resides in Pennsylvania, and is anxiously awaiting her BEC score after studying with Roger CPA Review.…


Added by Roger Philipp on June 7, 2012 at 8:08am — No Comments

BEC: Price Elasticity of Demand

Price elasticity of demand is a concept that is tested on the Business Environment and Concepts (BEC) exam and it's one that can be rather tricky. The price elasticity of demand is the measure of how sensitive demand is to a change in price. Like many of the concepts on the BEC CPA exam, it is important to know the formula and how to interpret the results. Let's go ahead and look at the two formulas that you may use to calculate price elasticity of demand.


Added by Paul Black on June 5, 2012 at 10:30am — No Comments

Reminder: Free Live BEC Webcast Tomorrow!

Free Live Webcast

Roger Philipp, CPA teaches
"Economic Concepts and Strategy"
Live from a BEC…

Added by Roger Philipp on June 1, 2012 at 4:06pm — No Comments

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