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Aspiring accountants in the US can rely on Varsity Tutors to provide an excellent Boston CPA exam course to help you prepare for the test. Whether you earned your accounting degree at an institution like the University of Massachusetts at Boston or Suffolk University or you've been working in the field for years without becoming an officially licensed accountant, the path to certification includes a comprehensive examination. We are ready to help you prepare in a Boston CPA exam class. You cannot be licensed as a CPA anywhere in the US or its territories without passing the four sections of the CPA exam within 18 months of each other.

What topics will be studied during Boston CPA exam classes?

Each section of the exam allows you four hours to complete all the questions. The first section, Auditing & Attestation, is made up of 72 multiple-choice questions and 9 task-based simulations. The Business Environment & Concepts section has 62 multiple-choice questions, 4 task-based simulations, and 3 written communication tasks. The final two sections, Regulation and Financial Accounting & Reporting, each contain 9 task-based simulations and have 76 and 66 multiple-choice questions, respectively.

The content you'll review during your Boston CPA exam course will not be new to you. It may have been something you need a bit of a refresher on, but you've already learned about financial management, assessing risk and developing a planned response, and the federal taxation of individuals and entities during your education. It's likely that you're more readily able to remember some content more easily than others, whether you've studied it more recently or used it during your day-to-day professional life. That's where the CPA course comes in. You can review the content that you don't remember as clearly, whether that has to do with operations management, financial reporting, or any of a number of other topics.

In what ways can a Boston CPA exam course help me prepare for the test better than studying on my own?

There have been studies demonstrating that working in a collaborative classroom environment can help you develop a more comprehensive understanding of the material studied as well as a better ability to retain the information. When you sign into our online platform, you have access to a teacher and a class full of peers, just as if you were all there in person. You can interact in real time and ask questions of your instructor and your classmates. Being able to share suggestions and ideas has definite study benefits, none of which you would experience studying on your own.

The CPA exam is a standardized test, which means there are people all over the country taking the same test for the same purpose - to become a licensed accountant. Preparing for standardized exams is almost a subject of its own, and the instructor of your Boston CPA exam class has been vetted to possess both the knowledge you need to know for the exam and the ability to help you learn how to take the test through helpful communication skills. In addition to content review, you'll have the opportunity to learn various test-taking strategies that can be particularly helpful as you're taking the exam.

For one, as mentioned, each section comes with a 4-hour time limit. This means you need to be able to answer the questions at a speed that allows you to complete all of them before the time is up without sacrificing accuracy. For some, this comes naturally. If you're not one of those people, you may appreciate it if your instructor administers timed practice exam sections so you can see what holds you up and keeps you from finishing in time. Once you know that, your professional instructor can offer suggestions to help you increase your pace, and your classmates may have ideas, as well.

This is only one of the many types of test-taking techniques you can learn during your exam preparation class that you might not get a chance to experience by studying on your own.

How do I get enrolled in a Boston CPA exam prep course?

Varsity Tutors wants to make it as convenient as possible for you to get started with your test prep. Simply contact us and speak with an educational consultant who can answer your questions. They can also get the relevant information from you to help them enroll you in a Boston CPA exam course that meets at a time that fits into your schedule, whether you prefer a 2- or 4-week course.

Contact us today to connect with a top Boston CPA instructor