12 May CPA Exam Preparation Tipsmuch more efficiently as well as increase your focus and motivation.
1. Keep It Fresh
Studying for the CPA exam is like learning a language. Consuming just a little bit each day is crucial to re-enforce what you have already studied as well as develop a solid study routine. Keep it fresh in your brain on a daily basis and you will retain much more information.
2. Screw the Media
3. Jam Out
Don’t drive? You’re not off the hook that easy. Here’s a list of other activities where an audio CPA review course can transform your idle time:
-Working out at the gym
-On your lunch break
-At the car wash
-Riding the bus, subway, taxi
4. Work Hard, Play Hard
5. Remind Yourself Why
No seriously, I’ll wait.
Okay, now write down in as few words as possible why you want to pass the CPA exam. For me personally it was 2 things: #1 To get a $5,000 bonus and #2, to prove everyone wrong who told me there was no way I could pass all 4 sections in 9 months with a full-time job.
Go post this somewhere in your room where you will see it everyday. Mine was on a white board right next to my door so every time I left I would see in it big bold red letters. This little reminder helped me to stay motivated at times when I felt like giving up and kept me in check by reminding me everyday that there is in fact a light at the end of the tunnel.