If you're interested in a Charlotte CPA exam prep course, Varsity Tutors can help. We can enroll you in a course handled by an experienced instructor who is familiar with the content and format of the exam. Whether you are a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte or any other institution, we know that you've exerted lots of time and effort to get to this point. You know that you've got to pass the CPA exam to fulfill your goal of becoming a Certified Public Accountant. The exam will require you to recall all of the concepts and theories of accounting. An online course that provides a comprehensive review of your knowledge in accounting can go a long way toward helping you feel more confident when taking the exam.
What are some of the topics a Charlotte CPA exam course can cover?
Those who wish to become Certified Public Accountants have to pass the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination (CPA exam). It is used by the regulatory bodies of all 50 United States plus the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, U.S. Virgin Islands, and the Northern Mariana Islands.
In total, the exam is 16 hours long, and it is given in four separate sections. The time allotted for each section is four hours. One or two sections can be taken in one day or each section may be taken on separate days. The basic outline of the sections are as follows:
The Auditing and Attestation section includes implementing internal controls, getting and documenting information, reviewing engagements as planned, evaluating information, and preparing communication. Meanwhile, the Business Environment and Concepts section deals on the knowledge of business structures, financial management, information technology, and economic concepts.
The Financial Accounting and Reporting section includes knowledge of concepts and standards used in financial statements, specific kinds of transactions and events, accounting and reporting as required by government agencies, and accounting for non-governmental and not-for-profit organizations. Lastly, the Regulation section covers knowledge on business law, ethics and professional responsibility, federal tax procedures, federal taxation for individuals and entities, and federal taxation of property transactions.
What are the advantages of enrolling in a Charlotte CPA exam class?
Besides covering the content of the exam, your instructor can teach you effective techniques for taking the CPA exam. Four hours may seem like a long time for you to finish each section, but it could be over before you know it. Your instructor can provide helpful tips to improve your speed in case you need help in picking up the pace.
Studying and preparing for the exam on your own has many limitations when compared to attending a review class led by an expert instructor. Among the topics to be covered are economic concepts and analysis, financial management, operations management, business law, corporate governance, and so much more.
Working collaboratively in a review class is an engaging way to learn and retain in your memory whatever knowledge you gained. It can also help you learn new and effective ways to study. A Charlotte CPA exam class gives you many opportunities to learn together with other aspiring CPAs. During group activities, you'll be given a chance to be exposed to a wider range of perspectives. You will be given feedback by your instructor and classmates. You can also discuss issues which need to be clarified with your fellow students.
If it will be difficult or nearly impossible for you to attend a traditional CPA review class because of your tight schedule, then an online class is the perfect option for you. You need not waste your time commuting to a physical location. You only need to log into a virtual classroom. As long as you have an internet connection, you can attend your classes from a comfortable, distraction-free environment of your choice. You will be able to see, hear, and interact with your instructor and your classmates using an online whiteboard and video chat.
How can I enroll in a Charlotte CPA exam course?
You can get in touch with Varsity Tutors' educational consultants if you are interested in enrolling in a Charlotte CPA exam course. You will be able to pick your own schedule - you can attend a course at daytime, in the evening, or during weekends. New sections start monthly. You can choose between 2-week and 4-week sessions. Contact Varsity Tutors today and sign up for a convenient and comprehensive CPA review that fits your schedule.
Michelle: Charlotte CPA course instructor
I'm excited to help students learn problem solving skills and master the concepts they are learning. I began my career at PwC and have worked for large public companies in accounting. My most recent role was Director of SEC Reporting. I currently teach accounting classes and am a CPA. I will leverage my vast experience to bring you real world examples to the concepts so you can learn and retain them! I look forward to...
Brittney: Charlotte CPA course instructor
...dream and is already making a difference in the world. Before the Lord called Brittney to start Fervent Financial she worked for the intelligence community as well as KPMG, where she budgeted million dollar programs, audited various government agencies, and led several process improvement initiatives. Since a child Brittney has had the teachers mantle roaring on the inside of her. She would teach her younger cousins to read, write, and tutor them in math. Brittney...
Kia: Charlotte CPA course instructor
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Shirley: Charlotte CPA course instructor
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Chris: Charlotte CPA course instructor
...I employ a series of different methods, but I never believe it's appropriate to belittle a student for struggling. There are a multitude of ways to teach any given topic, and it's my job as the tutor to find what works for each student. I bring about 20 years of experience in the accounting and business world into my tutoring role. During this time, I have been heavily involved in training young adults during the...
Chandima : Charlotte CPA course instructor
The knowledge of accounting is a very helpful tool in the business world. Learning accounting can help you analyze business performance, compare companies, identify trends, and succeed in the business world. As a CPA and former EY employee, I can help you understand accounting concepts and their implications in the real world. ... Practice makes perfect. With subjects like accounting and math, going through constant questions will not only help you understand the topic, but also let you see different scenarios.
Jonathan: Charlotte CPA course instructor
...achieve yours. After Dartmouth I completed the equivalent of a Masters in Accountancy at the University of Vermont. I was hired by a CPA firm and worked there for seven years. During that time I passed the CPA exam, became a licensed accountant, and was promoted to several management positions. I was responsible for not only audit and tax work, but the training and education of our staff. I currently work as a Vice President...