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"I’m going to be honest with you: as far as commonplace tests go, this one is a beast. You can read all the grimy details of the exact specifications of the test online on a number of websites, but here’s the basic idea: you must pass all 4 sections (that each range between 2 to 4 hours of actually test lengths) within 18 months.…
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"Because we know all of you are very busy tearing up your last exams before CBT-e hits in January of 2011, we won’t waste your time and get right to the point. 2011 is coming, the exam is changing and though we’ve been over it plenty in the last several months, let’s go over it one more time..."
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A great post from the CPAnet Forum member wicpa, who conquered multiple BEC failures...read all comments here.
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"The computer-based Uniform CPA Examination consists of multiple-choice questions and simulations (case studies) that test the knowledge and skills required of entry-level CPAs. To familiarize candidates with the format and functionality of the examination, a tutorial and sample tests are provided.
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I know the content but every time I do a math calculation I get it wrong. I have done all of the questions that I have the answers memorized. Does anyone know where I can get some extra problems w/o costing me a forture? I have exam matrix and wiley test bank.