Reviews of NINJA CPA Review

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Combined Gleim with Ninja

To mix things up, I purchased the Ninja MCQ ($47) from Jeff at Another71.com, great buy. I actually think this put me over the top with the adaptive learning, where the program starts to pick your weak areas and give you those questions.

I have BEC left and I am using Gleim and Ninja MCQ again

Bottom Line: Gleim works, it’s cheap(Buy the traditional as the videos are pretty much them reading the notes). Material can be overwhelming at times. I also recommend checking out the Ninja MCQ.


Oswego18

Pros and Cons of Ninja

For audit, I purchased the PDF book and one 3 month session of MCQs. There are 1,646 MCQs, I had 4,486 attempts. My average score was a 79, and I passed the audit portion with an 81. I should note that it took me less than 90 minutes to complete the exam. The difficulty of the Ninja MCQs really helped me feel comfortable with the questions on audit exam, which is how I was able to fly through so quickly.

I like:
-How user friendly the MCQs are, and how closely it resembles the actual exam.
-You can review prior session results. I don’t know exactly how far back you can go, but I entered 99 as the number of prior sessions to show, and it did exactly that.
-You can test in different modes. In one mode, the questions are randomized for you. In another mode, you manually select what chapters/module you want to be tested on. You choose the number of questions as well.
-I took the practice exam twice – both times felt very similar to the real CPA exam. The scores I got on the two practice exams were pretty close to my actual exam score too.
-You can get the first chapter of each section book, along with some other helpful goodies, for free.
-$47 for 3 months MCQ and $97 for the book – $150ish to pass audit.
-Studied about 3 hours a night for 2 months while working and attending college.

I don’t like:
-The BEC book is dry and could use some more explanations in the first chapter. Some of the concepts involve jargon I don’t remember well, or things I learned in a class long ago. I didn’t experience this issue with AUD, just BEC.
-The audit sims could use a bit more variety to them. Too many related to research, too few to other miscellaneous items. That being said, I still think Ninja does better with sims than some of the other companies out there. Not sure anyone really has sims down pat yet.


Tracy Ayers

Traditional Gleim CPA Review and Ninja

I used Gleim with all the three sections I have passed so far. It is very comprehensive, but that is what I needed, as I had been out of school for over 10 years. It is very good in terms of scheduling the study time. I go through the 20 sections using the recommended Gleim method, then once I am done, I do non-stop multiple choice questions daily of (sets of 20) of each topic/subset. I only do the study sessions as they provide immediate feedback on why the questions are correct or incorrect. They have a great simulation bank that mimics the actual exam, I suggest you practice those also. After a while you get sick of the multiple choice questions and you may start to memorize them. To mix things up, I purchased the Ninja MCQ ($47) from Jeff at Another71.com, great buy. I actually think this put me over the top with the adaptive learning, where the program starts to pick your weak areas and give you those questions.

I have BEC left and I am using Gleim and Ninja MCQ again

Bottom Line: Gleim works, it’s cheap(Buy the traditional as the videos are pretty much them reading the notes). Material can be overwhelming at times. I also recommend checking out the Ninja MCQ.


Oswego18
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