Written By Guest Blogger John E.
Hello everyone. Week four is finally here. By Tuesday, I will have finished my preliminary review of all twenty study units from the Gleim AUD textbook. Over four weeks, that is an average of five study units completed each week. I must also add that I took roughly four days off for a weekend getaway and the occasional day off. I don’t think I could bear studying 3-4 hours each day for seven days a week. For weeks five and six, I will be completing a final comprehensive review of everything I have covered since day one.
I have neglected to schedule the AUD section. I will have to jump on that this week as soon as possible. I am hoping to sit for the exam by the second week of July. My scores are looking strong (ranging 70-90). I have started using the book a little more than normal to help me out with the fundamental concepts in audit. My strategy thus far hasn’t been about reading the AUD book cover to cover. My regiment has consisted of going through each study unit and taking as many multiple-choice exams as possible. I prefer to study multiple-choice questions in test mode, since it most closely simulates the exam. I am taking as many practice exams as possible at twenty questions each. Once I score a minimum of 75% or better, I move on to the next study unit. After completing each practice exam, I review each question and answer regardless of whether I answered correctly or incorrectly. I pay close attention to the answers provided by the Gleim Test Prep software.
I will check back soon. Happy studies!