Wiley CPA Exam. How to Master Simulations. 2nd Edition

  • ID: 2211281
  • Book
  • 192 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The only guide you needto ace the simulation question requirements of the CPA Exam

Now in a second edition, Wiley CPA Exam: How to Master Simulations provides nine case studies–tested on the CPA Exam–showing you step by step how to successfully complete each simulation tested on the exam.

O. Ray Whittington, well–known author and professor, uses his extensive experience to prepare candidates to master the simulations on the CPA Exam. Concise and valuable, this tightly focused guide provides you with the tips and examples you need to study effectively, and includes:

  • A complementary CD–ROM containing six free full simulations to give you hands–on practice similar to the actual exam

  • Essential guidance on how to conduct an efficient and effective search and how to understand the requirements of each question

  • Vital strategies on how to approach the research requirements of CPA exam simulations

  • A detailed description of how to maximize your score on the written communication requirements of all sections of the exam

  • Thorough guidance on how to complete the Financial Accounting and Reporting, Regulation, and Auditing and Attestation simulations

You can master the CPA Exam simulations! Wiley CPA Exam: How to Master Simulations, Second Edition shows you how, with a systematic approach to understanding the simulation questions on the CPA exam.

Includes free practice simulations!

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About the Author.

1 Introduction.

2 Research Requirements of Simulations.

3 Communication Requirements of Simulations.

4 Mastering Financial Accounting and Reporting Simulations.

5 Mastering Regulation Simulations.

6 Mastering Auditing and Attestation Simulations.

Appendix A: Solutions to Problems.

Index.

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O. Ray Whittington, PhD, CPA, CMA, CIA, is dean of the College of Commerce at DePaul University. He is also the author ofAudit Sampling: An Introduction to Statistical Sampling in Auditing, Fifth Edition, available from Wiley.
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