CIA Part 3: Full Lecturing and Exam Tips
What you'll learn
- Lecturing on All CIA Part 3 Exam Domains
- Exam Recommendations
- Key Points & Key Words & Definitions
- Basic Knowledge on Auditing
Considering the fact that most of the resources and courses in the market are too long or with full of unnecessary details, I have aimed to prepare a course totally result oriented, clear and effective which ensure you to pass CIA exam easily in one attempt.
With this 77-minute video presentation course; you will see lectures on all the domains, frequently and recently asked question types, tips and tricks, recommendations, key points, terms and definitions with regard to CIA Part 3 Exam domains according to new syllabus
I successfully passed the CIA exam I have recently taken in one attempt. Based on my experiences, the feedbacks of the test takers and various sources, I have tried to put together in this course all the information you will need to pass the exam. Many candidates consider Part 3 to be the most difficult part of the CIA exam, hence I have tried to make it easy for you with various exam advices and tips.
The training consists of 5 video sections and each section has an understandable and quick presentation. I recommend you to stop and take notes during the training and watch the video more than once. I strongly believe in that if you have a very basic knowledge of the audit and the CIA exam, you will learn all about the domains of CIA Part 3 exam at the end of this training and will be able to pass the exam.
I would like to emphasize that this course is not a practice exam, it is a lecture, video presentation course, that covers CIA PART 3 topics.
Who this course is for:
- CIA Candidates
- Internal Auditors
I worked as an auditor for more than 6 years in the banks and financial institutions. I took part in various audit projects end-to-end. I have CIA, CISA, CFSA and CFE certificates and I've passed all these exams in one attempt. Now I am preparing trainings which are completely result oriented and contain only the most essential information and key points.