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I just finished my CPA review course (Roger) and I'm immersed in the AUD section, which is a good section for me. Yesterday I received a very good offer of a full-time job with a CPA firm that I like very much. Then, I'm scheduled to take three graduate courses this fall so that I can complete my MBA. I'm feeling rather overwhelmed with the prospect of taking three courses, starting a full-time job, and trying to complete all four sections of the CPA exam by February. I'm thinking that I should just forfeit the money that I've paid to take the exam parts, finish the MBA, and try the CPA exam next summer--after I've completed the MBA and tax season is over. Does this sound like a good idea? The alternative is to push forward and risk not passing the CPA exam because I'll be overextended and unable to do everything or anything well. THANK YOU for whatever advice or insights you may offer.

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Comment by CPA Exam Club on August 31, 2012 at 1:43pm

Hi!  I reposted your question over at the forum:
http://www.cpanet.com/cpa_forum/forum_topics.asp?FID=2&PN=1

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