I'm Nate, and thank you for visiting my site.
The short version of my story is, I figured out a way to pass the CPA exams pretty quickly, with much less study time than normal.
And I want to teach you how to do the same thing.
If you want more detail than that, here it is...
My first attempt at the CPA exam was a failure. I spent 6 months studying for FAR, and every day I trudged through my study sessions feeling like I really wasn't retaining what I was learning.
It was very frustrating, and when I did really hunker down and put in a lot of time on a lesson, I then got overwhelmed because I had spent 5 or 6 hours learning a concept but there were 100 more concepts still left to learn.
When exam day came, I didn't know what to expect.
Once I got in the testing center and started the exam, I instantly realized I had studied completely wrong. I had spent way too much time on the wrong topics, and I had spent way too much time on ineffective study methods... the study methods that you're "supposed" to use.
I knew whether I passed or failed that first exam that I already had a much better study plan going forward.
It turns out I did fail... I got a 74 on that first attempt.
But, when I went back to studying with my "new methods", I blew through the lessons, and I passed all 4 sections within 3 months.
Here is my NASBA scoresheet...
The study methods I came up with aren't a stroke of genius... I simply refused to let the CPA exams take a year or more of my life.
It reminds me of this quote from our boy Bill Gates...