Ninja CPA Review was created by Jeff Elliott who also runs a CPA Exam forum called Another71.com.
After experiencing initial success with his Ninja Notes product, he now provides access to a number of other CPA study materials.
hese include audio lectures, a multiple choice question bank, downloadable PDF textbooks, flashcards, and a condensed video course called Ninja Blitz. Each item can be purchased separately or you can buy the whole package “Ten Point Combo” for a discounted price.
Elliott recommends you read these notes 5 times before the exam, and that you copy them (or your own notes) out to help you memorize the material. You’ll also get free updates until you pass.
Ninja CPA is best for students who already have a solid understanding of the material and are looking for a summary/review or additional practice before they go into the exam.
For students who are unsure if this course is a good fit, Elliot has provided a free trial that offers an example of everything Ninja has to offer. Unfortunately, the process to receive this trial is difficult and somewhat frustrating.
First, students must fill out a brief survey about their experience with the CPA exam and other prep courses. Then, they must enter their email address and read through a lengthy sales pitch, followed finally by a link to the free materials.