CPA Exam: Audit Sims Made Simple
What you'll learn
- Master complex simulations and solve them with ease
- Learn strategies to solve simulations in an easy-to-follow format
- Review actual CPA exam simulations issued by the AICPA, the makers of the CPA exam
- Each video teaches an important strategy to tackling simulations
Updated for 2022
Do simulations give you anxiety? After this course, you will feel more confident with simulations. You'll learn simple tips and strategies to make sims easier to handle. And each of these sims are from recent CPA exams. That means these sims are the closest thing you'll get to your actual exam. Let's pass the CPA exam!
In this course, we will review 4 simulations, including 2 simulations with a gazillion exhibits, which are a lot easier than you think. (They can't make those simulations super big and super hard - no one would ever finish the exam.) With each simulation, you'll learn a new strategy for beating the exam. Apply each of these simple strategies on the exam and you should gain points on the sims.
My name is Liz Cho. I'm a CPA, attorney, and former accounting professor. I studied for 3 months and passed all 4 parts on the first try. Snap! CPA was created to help students pass the exam in a simpler way. We break everything down into easy-to-follow concepts and try to make learning visual and entertaining. (Long, boring textbooks are not our style.)
See you in the course and let's rock the CPA exam!
Who this course is for:
- CPA candidates studying for Audit
At Snap! CPA we seek to empower students to conquer their test barriers and move forward to change the world.
All our courses simplify dense CPA Exam topics into a few easy to follow steps.
Your main instructor is Liz Cho, founder of Test Prep, In a Snap! Liz studied for 3 months from start to finish and passed all 4 parts on the first try. This was despite having been a mediocre accounting student. Actually, being a less-than-stellar accounting student now gives Liz the right perspective to turn complex accounting theory into simple steps.
So much of what is taught is boring white noise. Let's focus on the important parts of each topic.