Chelsea S. is a CMA exam candidate and is planning to complete the exam in 2014. Chelsea has gone back to school to study accounting and is working toward earning her MBA degree. Follow Chelsea and read about her CMA prep and studies.
Probably the biggest mental challenge that I face is wondering if all the work (the weeks, the hours, and all the mental focus) will pay off with a passing result. Regardless of the fact that this is round two, and I did pass Part 1 using Gleim’s material and methods, I still have some self-doubt remaining. So I’ve acknowledged the thought, and am now replacing it with positive, “can-do” and “will-do” thoughts to get me excited for exam day. Possessing a confident attitude is not based on an empty trust in Gleim’s CMA Exam program, but I’ve lived the results and really can trust in the outcome. Here is a recap of my activities over the last 12 weeks and what I plan to do during the final two weeks with no subunits to complete:This blog posting continues. Click here to read more →